Reds midfielder Tomasz Cywka labelled his free-kick goal the ‘goal of his career’ against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
But the Pole insists it would have been far sweeter had his thunderbolt earned his side a point.
“We’re very disappointed,” said Tomasz, speaking to Barnsley Player following Saturday’s 3-2 defeat. “We’ve scored two goals away at a very, very hard ground. We were so close.
“By the time I got on the pitch, the space was quite big in the middle of the pitch because they were trying to attack.
“The little things, the details, that’s the difference. Like the marking with the free kick or corner, we have to, as a team, concentrate more in the box to not concede these kinds of goals.
“I’m very happy because I’m staying in training every single day practising these free kicks.”
Speaking about his 35-yard strike, that hauled his side back to 2-2, he added, “It was quite a big distance, it would taste much better if we did get a point out of the game.
“I’m just really happy that the work I put in paid off, obviously when I’m on the pitch I may have one or two chances in 90 minutes and it’s got to be perfect. That’s why I practice in training to make the best out of it.”
It was the 25-year-old’s second gaol of the season, and he’s hopeful his performance will earn him a starting role for the Reds.
“I’m not satisfied sat on the bench,” he continued. “My aim us to start every week. I’m working hard on the training ground and on the pitch when I get on. I want to help the team.”
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