Oliver Burke has been sold by Forest
Back-to-back league victories has heightened expectation levels at the City Ground, with Reds fans being treated to seven goals in their last two outings.
Forest have, however, lost one of their most creative talents - Oliver Burke, who left for RB Leipzig for a fee believed to be in the region of £13 million.
It will be vital for the Midlands outfit to reinvest that money back into the squad, and an ideal signing would be Lazio star Ravel Morrison, while the Daily Mail report that Forest are one of many clubs interested in bringing the 23-year-old back to England.
Ravel Morrison during his time at West Ham
The former Manchester United and West Ham United star has undoubted ability, and possesses the attributes that would allow him to inject a level of creativity and attacking flair that Forest currently lack, especially after the sale of Burke.
With Chris Cohen playing the more disciplined role in the middle of the park, Morrison could join Henri Lansbury as part of a potent attacking threat from midfield.
The Lazio man has wonderful vision, and a keen eye for a killer pass through the lines, which could bring the best out of Britt Assombalonga.
Ravel Morrison in action for QPR
Since Morrison's move to Lazio last summer, he has made just four league appearances for the club, all from the substitutes bench, so he quite clearly does not feature prominently in the manager's plans.
While Morrison's talent is not in question, his attitude and commitment most certainly have been throughout his career, although at the age of 23, he could have reached a stage in his career where he realises he must knuckle down and work hard in order to reach his potential.
If he manages to do this, he could turn out to be a wonderful signing for Forest, should they decide to make a move before the transfer window slams shut tomorrow.
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