Nottingham Forest have missed two major things this season – the City Ground faithful, and a potent goalscorer in the final third.
The Reds look to be all but safe from relegation from the Championship, with Chris Hughton’s side showing signs of improvement over the last few months.
But Hughton’s side are still lacking that consistent quality in the final third, being held to a goalless draw against Bristol City at the weekend.
Lewis Grabban became the first player in over 16 years to score 20 goals in a league campaign last season, but injuries have been problematic this term.
Lyle Taylor is their leading goalscorer with five goals in all competitions, but he is behind Grabban and Glenn Murray in the pecking order which tells a big story.
But looking at the strikers Forest have had over the years, we take a look at the 10 best forwards to pull on a Garibaldi shirt since 2000…