Former Nottingham Forest midfielder Guy Moussi has been training with the club recently. It was reported earlier this week that the 31-year-old is training with the club and he even featured in a under-21 game for Forest. He is a fan favourite at the City Ground. He spent six years at the club, playing 150 games and scoring three goals for the club.
By the end of his spell at Forest he spent time out on loan at Millwall and was struggling for first-team football, so it would certainly be odd if, two years down the line, Forest pictured him making a big impact to the first-team.
Nottingham Forest's Guy Moussi (R) in action with Watford's Troy Deeney
It turns out that he is simply training with the squad to maintain his fitness. Nottingham Forest manager Philippe Montanier spoke to the official Nottingham Forest Twitter account earlier today when he confirmed that Moussi is just at the club to maintain his fitness:
PM: We have been helping Guy Moussi as he looks for a new club, to help him keep fit as we help former players #NFFC— Nottingham Forest FC (@NFFC) November 23, 2016
Moussi has been without a club since he left Finnish side HJK Helsinki in January and the Frenchman is clearly hopeful of finding himself a new club in the near future.
Playing at the City Ground again? That seems a long-shot but hopefully the club where he has such fond memories can help him find his new club.
Nottingham Forest's Guy Moussi (L) in action with Derby's Craig Bryson