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Press Conference: Johnson Pre-Nottingham Forest

City head coach Lee Johnson met with the media ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Nottingham Forest at Ashton Gate.

Here’s what he had to say…


- Mark Little's hamstring injury not too bad but he remains a doubt for Saturday

 - Johnson admits Taylor Moore and Adam Matthews could come into the reckoning

 - Head coach says he has numerous options to replace suspended Lee Tomlin

 - City lost a behind-closed-doors game to Forest Green 3-0 yesterday

 - Ekstrand (90), De Girolamo (90), Engvall (90), Matthews (60) and K.Smith (30) all got minutes in the game

 - Johnson keen to enter the international break with a fourth straight victory

 - Head coach says Forest have some outstanding individuals

 - City boss wants his players to show "quality and energy"

 - Johnson says Forest signing Bendtner was a "coup" and admits he's dangerous

 - Head coach says City could benefit in the future from "the next Tammy Abraham"

Listen to his pre-match press conference in full on Bristol City Player HD.

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