Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies believes that his side threw two points away by conceding an injury-time equaliser at Reading this afternoon.
Davies told the official Nottingham Forest website: "Before today we were looking at a very difficult away game. Under normal circumstances we would have been quite pleased with a draw. But there's no doubt we're disappointed to have lost two points.
"We had some great chances and probably deserved to keep another clean sheet. I thought the back five worked extremely hard but we switched off with 10 seconds remaining and afforded them a free header... it should have been three wins from three."
The East Midlands side currently occupy fifth place in the Championship.