Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has told Forest Player that he is adopting a patient approach to his dealings in the transfer market this summer.The Reds boss has brought three new players to The City Ground so far, and has also overseen the return of Darius Henderson and Gonzalo Jara Reyes on permanent deals.
And Davies, speaking to Forest Player ahead of tomorrow night’s trip to Chesterfield (kick-off 7.30pm), was keen to stress that the transfer window is a tough time for most clubs, but that he is willing to play the waiting game to ensure the right players are brought to Trentside.
Davies said: “We’re making extremely good offers and we’re certainly not chasing unrealistic targets.
“We know that there will be other negotiations for other players that will take a bit of time but there is a great effort here to conclude deals very quickly.
“All we can do is continue to ask the question and continue to put what we feel are very good offers into these clubs. Anybody that suggests that these targets are not possible are looking in the wrong direction.
“We’ll keep doing what we can to convince other clubs that we mean to do some sensible business and we’ll keep trying to bring players to this football club.”
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