Taiwo Awoniyi said the players have two final left to play this season, starting with a home game against title-chasing Arsenal next week.
In-form Taiwo Awoniyi strongly believes they have their fate in their hands after the 2-2 draw at Chelsea on Saturday.
Awoniyi helped Forest to maintain their three points advantage above the relegation zone with two goals at the Bridge.
Awoniyi, who scored twice in Monday’s 4-3 win against Southampton, scored two fantastic headers, beating goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.
The result ended a run of seven successive league-away defeats for Steve Cooper’s men and are within touching distance of securing successive seasons in the top flight.
“We came here with spirit and togetherness and had a plan that worked.
“When they score two quick goals you feel bad, but we believed in ourselves and got the point,” said the 25-year-old.
“We now have two finals to go, the next one is Arsenal and from there we will see what happens.” Forest will face the title-chasing Gunners at home next Saturday before traveling to Crystal Palace on the final day.
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