Nottingham Forest striker Robert Earnshaw has thanked manager Colin Calderwood for helping his get his career back on track.
The 27-year-old Wales international joined Forest in the summer for £2.65million, having endured a torrid time at Derby County, and has scored five times in eight appearances already this season.
Earnshaw told the Evening Post: "That's the biggest thing for me, being in the team. I don't worry about goals, I don't worry about anything other than being on the pitch.
"You can enjoy it when you're out there. Everything else takes care of itself.
"That's brilliant for me and I have to pay credit to the manager for that. The reason I have got a few goals is because the manager has put me out there in the first place.
"It gives you confidence when somebody shows faith in you, that is the biggest thing you can have from a manager.
"I'm very grateful for that and I'm hoping to play as many games as possible this season."