Nottingham Forest midfielder Andy Reid tells BBC East Midlands Today that the Reds can be proud of what they have achieved to be in contention for a play-off place on the final day of the season.
The Republic of Ireland international said Saturday's Championship game against Leicester City at the City Ground is the culmination of a remarkable turnaround under manager Billy Davies.
Both clubs are vying with Crystal Palace and Bolton for the last two play-off spots in the race for the Premier League.
"We are all proud of what we have achieved in the last three months," Reid said.
"Before the gaffer came in it was a difficult time for us. Sitting in the changing rooms against Bristol City (on 9 February), just before Billy came in, we were about 10 points off the play-offs and everything was doom and gloom.
"Since then we have really rolled our sleeves up and gone out on the pitch a and put together some fantastic performances."