Barnsley skipper Stephen Foster hopes the defeat against Nottingham Forest will force the Tykes into an improvement.

Having lost 1-0 against Forest on Saturday they now face a busy and tough-looking month with Reading at home next up before trips to Swansea and table-toppers Wolves after that.

And Foster wants the defeat at the weekend to be the wake-up call he believes they need ahead of December's schedule.

"We have a very difficult game against Reading and hopefully that defeat last week will be the kick up the backside we need. We know that we cannot just turn up and expect to roll teams over," he said on the club's website.
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