“I’m not sure if we can be happy with that result,” Guéhi, who captained the side, told Sky Sports. “Injuries aren't an excuse, [but] we have got a lot of new players coming into the team and finding their feet in the game.
"Forest made it tough for us today. They were a very organised, good team, dangerous on transitions but it was just hard to get the ball into our forward players. I can take responsibility, I don't think I had a good game today but at least we got a point.
“I got a lot of help from T [Tyrick Mitchell] and Jairo [Riedewald] and the boys in midfield were fantastic. Hopefully we can regroup and get back to winning ways.
"We don’t lose this game, [but] you can’t get carried away with a result. Nottingham Forest are really good. We tried to stay as solid as possible and not lose 1-0 because we could have got caught on the transition.”