Vincent Kompany dismisses Nottingham Forest as a warning ahead of the clash with Burnley

Latest Nottingham Forest news as Burnley boss Vincent Kompany looks ahead to the game at the City Ground

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany has warned Nottingham Forest that his team will be hungry for points in their next game.

The two teams will meet on Monday (7.45pm kick-off) at the City Ground for the first round after the international break.

Forest recorded two wins in their first four matches, while Burnley failed to pick up points in three matches played.

Before the match, Kompany said his team had “room for improvement” as they aimed for a result against Forest.

Burnley would like to get points in this match, but their Belgian manager knows that Forest think exactly the same.

He said: “These are the kind of games where you want to get results, there’s no doubt about that, and it will be the same feeling for them as for us.

“I still think that our team has a lot of room for improvement and that’s why I can’t say I draw any conclusions. If we win it’s a good sign because we will improve.

“Everything else for us is an opportunity to obtain results over time. This season we know that the challenge is great to prove that we belong in this competition.

“We also have to imagine how long this season will last. That doesn’t mean that every game isn’t just as important as a final, but in the bigger picture it matters how we improve and achieve results.

“We think we’ll get to that point and for us it’s just a matter of time.”

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