“Now I want to be a trainer for as long as I can. I got started late, but nothing is impossible.
“If you are going out of the country, you should preferably have results to show in Europe as well, not just in Norway.
“So, it is probably too soon for a job at Forest. But, in the long run, why not?”
Although Bohinen may have gone slightly down in the Nottingham Forest’s fans estimations as he joined arch rivals Derby,t I am sure they would still welcome him back with open arms as a coach.
He is somebody who helped guide Nottingham Forest to the Premier League and that will be something the fans cannot forget.
If Lars Bohinen can accumulate some more experience in his home country of Norway and be successful while doing it, then he may be able to find himself in the English game sooner rather than later, and with how well Lamouchi is currently doing, the job may come open sooner rather than later at the Championship club.