Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock is not worried about the club's start to the new season.
The Reds have yet to record a win in their opening three fixtures of the campaign and have suffered defeats to Burnley and Bradford in the Championship and Carling Cup respectively.
However, Billy Davies' men picked up their first point in the league with a 1-1 draw against Leeds on Sunday and Blackstock is convinced that Forest will continue to improve.
"There is no panic, that is the message," Blackstock told the Nottingham Evening Post. "There are 44 games left and nobody is worried that we have not won either of the first two in the league.
"Performances have been good and anyone who watched the game will know what we can do. We just need to keep going; if we have a bit more luck things will change for us.
"We have had massive chances in the first few games, which shows that we are doing something right. And that will change as well, because we have players here who can score goals, not just up front, but in midfield as well. We are not worried about that, there is no panic here."