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.
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