Report claims defender wants to stay at Forest, but no offer made yet

Kelvin Wilson’s future at Nottingham Forest is reportedly wrapped up in uncertainty.

Kelvin Wilson wants to stay at Nottingham Forest beyond the end of the season, according to The Sun.

The 30-year-old defender is out of contract at Forest in the summer, and it has been reported by the British tabloid that he will not be offered a new deal straight away.

The Sun claims that a new contract has yet to be offered to the centre-back, who is reportedly keen to stay at the Championship club.

Wilson has been on the books of Forest since the summer of 2013 when he re-signed for them after leaving Scottish Premiership side Celtic.

The former Preston North End defender has created one chance in 12 Championship appearances for the Reds so far this season.

The centre-back has a pass accuracy of 75%, and has won 18 headers, one dribble and 12 tackles.

Forest are 15th in the Championship table at the moment with 46 points from 38 matches.

The Reds will return to action next weekend when they take on Brentford at the City Ground in the league.

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