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New Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has told the media that he felt he left the club too early last time round and he has "unfinished business".
Davies started his first day back in charge of the reds today.
Billy Davies started his first days work today back at Nottingham Forest after re-joining the reds last week.
He told the media at a press conference: "We have got absolute loyal supporters here".
Billy Davies has thanked Nottingham Forest supporters, after sealing his return to The City Ground.The Scotsman has taken Forest to the play-offs on two occasions and told nottinghamforest.co.uk that he is relishing the opportunity to try to complete “unfinished business”.
On the club's website, he said:
“The supporters should be applauded for their loyalty.
“I’m not talking about their loyalty to me – I’m talking about their loyalty to the club as a whole. “Everything we do is for this club and trying to get it back into the Premier League."
Davies will take charge of the side for the first time when they face Bolton next week.
ITV News Central has been talking to Nottingham Forest fans outside the club shop following the appointment of Billy Davies.
Nottingham Forest say they're "delighted" to announce Billy Davies as their new manager.
The Chairman said Billy has "unfinished business" with the Reds.
"In returning to the City Ground we believe his leadership will help us fulfil our ambition of making it to the Premier League."
Nottinghamshire Forest has announced the appointment of Billy Davies as the Club's new manager.
According to Press Association Sport, Nottingham Forest have reached an agreement with Billy Davies for his return as manager.
Davies and his representatives were in negotiations with Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi yesterday and the club are expected to make an announcement within the next 24 hours.
Billy Davies was dismissed by the Reds' old regime in June 2011.
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Billy Davies is now the favourite to take charge at Nottingham Forest after Alex McLeish walked out earlier this week.