The Pole has told Onet in his homeland that, despite receiving an offer from Wisla Krakow, as well as reported interest from Viktoria Plzen, he has failed to negotiate a move:
"We shook hands and I said to myself that maybe in the future. In Krakow, they build a team, but also some players are leaving. For now, I have decided to abstain.
"Nobody on any side is angry. Together with representatives of the club have taken the decision. I do not want to regret anything in two months time."
He went on to discuss his hopes for his 2015-16 campaign with Forest. Majewski hopes that under Dougie Freedman he will get a shot at redemption, especially as the Forest boss once tried to sign him for Bolton Wanderers:
"For now I am staying in England. I will return to Nottingham, I will sit down to talk with people with whom I have contact on my career.
"Everything will become clear in the coming weeks. It's hard to say whether I stay or leave. At the moment I do not know where I stand.
"In a week I go to England and begin preparations. For now, that is the focus. How it will look like remains to be seen over several weeks.
I could stay in Nottingham. I do not give up and fight to the end. He [Dougie Freedman] came to the club coach, two years ago and wanted me at Bolton. How will he react now, we will see."
Majewski, who also spoke of a failed Deadline Day move to Slask Wroclaw, has not had the best of seasons last term.
After Stuart Pearce decided he was surplus to requirements he was shipped out on loan to Huddersfield Town.
He struggled with The Terriers, playing just nine times for the club after the man who brought him in Mark Robins left after just one Championship fixture.
Majewski has been with Forest since initially joining on loan from Polonia Warsaw in 2009. He has since gone on to play over 150 games for the club and has scored 19 goals - most of which were absolute crackers. He therefore remains something of a fan favourite.
With one year left on his contract at the City Ground the Pole can hopefully rejuvenate his career with Forest.