Upbeat O'Driscoll hails Cox
Sean O'Driscoll refused to be downbeat after Huddersfield's late equaliser and was pleased to see £2m striker Simon Cox get a goal.
Forest, who were twice denied by the crossbar in the first half, finally took the lead when summer signing Cox marked his full Forest debut with a goal after the break. But Jordan Rhodes held his nerve to score from the penalty spot after Jack Hunt had been bundled over by Dan Harding three minutes into time added on to ensure the clash ended 1-1. O'Driscoll said: "We would have settled for the performance before the game so we can't be too disappointed. "Despite their disappointment everybody has walked off the pitch with the vast majority of supporters thinking they've played well, so we've got to make sure that continues." Regarding Cox, O'Driscoll added: "He's a goalscorer, he backs himself to score. He'll be disappointed he didn't have a couple but good strikers keep going and it was a good finish in the end."