The Royals are in confident mood ahead of their trip to the City Ground Saturday's match up is a game that Nottingham Forest need to win after the gap between them and Reading was stretched in midweek as the Royals edged past Preston North End. Despite the fact though that a draw would suit the visitors, on-loan defender Zurab Khizanishvili is setting his sights higher. “We are top six and that’s what we wanted with seven big games left,” said the 29-year-old, quoted on http://www.getreading.co.uk/. “We respect every team, but will go there to play our game. Forest have good strikers and Kris Boyd is a strong boy, but we aren’t going there to get a draw. “We want to win every game as we’re professional footballers. Nothing is impossible in this league. I don’t look at games and say I would be happy with one point away from home and three points at home." The Reds meanwhile are set to take a gamble on midfielder Guy Moussi as he returns from a torn thigh muscle. The Frenchman is being linked with a summer move to Everton.