Speaking to Football on Five, Michael Gray confessed he believes Nottingham Forest have “serious problems” as they begin to gear up for a relegation battle.
Forest are currently 20th in the Sky Bet Championship table, just one-point above the relegation zone, with eight fixtures of the season remaining.
Last week saw Mark Warburton replace Gary Brazil as first-team coach, as relegation fears began to grow at the City Ground.
Warburton’s side snatched a last minute equaliser in Saturday’s clash with Derby County, as they drew 2-2, to keep their head above water in the fight for survival.
Reflecting on the club’s league position, Gray said: “Nottingham Forest being at the bottom of the league, that’s just a travesty.
“Nottingham Forest, they’ve got serious problems. They need to sort that out and very quickly, they shouldn’t be down at the bottom of the table.
“It’s a huge football club, they must be going crazy there, the fans.”
Warburton now has a two-week international break, where he will be looking to work with his squad to avoid dropping into League One.
Forest face Preston North End in their next league fixture, before a massive clash with relegation rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers, which could potentially make or break their season.
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