Forest boss Davies admits frustration over lack of signings

Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies admits he's frustrated by the club's failure in the January market.

Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies admits he's frustrated by the club's failure in the January market.

Forest made bids for Crystal Palace wonderkid Victor Moses, Swansea midfielder Darren Pratley and also wanted Nicky Shorey on loan for the rest of the season.

But Davies saw Moses and Shorey move to Wigan and Fulham respectively, while three bids for Pratley were rejected.

He said: “It is no secret that I wanted three players during the January transfer window, in different positions. I am obviously disappointed but will work to the best of my ability with what we have got. There are a lot of points still to be won. And we have got to go and put together a second run. Whether we win the next game or lose it, we know what we have to do to get over the line.”

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