Date:Wednesday August 16 2006
Coach David Kerslake today praised striker Neil Harris following his two-goal blast for Nottingham Forest's reserve side.
Harris' goals ensured Forest got their Pontins Holiday League (Central) campaign off to a successful start against West Brom at The City Ground last night.
The former Millwall man struck after 19 and 32 minutes to seal a 2-0 win.
Of Harris, Kerslake said:
'He wants to be involved at first team level on a regular basis and will certainly have enhanced his claims for recognition with his display the other night.'
Harris is still looking for his first senior Forest goal, having missed a penalty on the opening day of the League One campaign against Bradford after joining the action as a substitute.
Kerslake added: 'He was understandably disappointed
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