In has been another disappointing season for Nottingham Forest.
Reds boss Mark Warburton will surely already be targeting potential transfers in a bid to push his side up the Championship table next campaign.
This summer will mark Warburton’s first transfer window in charge, therefore Forest fans will be expecting a lot of changes to the Reds squad.
Goals haven’t been particularly hard to come by for the Reds’ this year, however if they’re are to successfully push up the table and maybe challenge for a play-off spot next campaign, a new form of creativity behind their strikers will be crucial.
Marcus Maddison would fit that role perfectly next season.
The tricky midfielder started off his career at Newcastle, failing to get into the Magpies first team, he was loaned out to Blyth Spartans and eventually sold to St Johnstone.
After not impressing the Scottish side, he obtained a move to Gateshead where he career really kicked off.
Scoring 13 goals in 34 appearances from midfield, Maddison warranted a move to League One outfit and his current club Peterborough in 2014.
Three seasons forward and the 23-year-old has been exceptional ever since.
The attacking midfielder holds the most assists in League One this year with a remarkable 17 assists, and with an additional nine goals to his name, just proves how fantastic he has been for the Posh this campaign.
Maddison is also considered a utility players by the Posh’s manager Grant McCann, who besides playing him in his preferred number 10 role, has deployed him as a winger down either wing and even at times used him as an attacking left-back.
Subsequently, if Warburton was to attempt to sign Maddison he may have to spend a few million on the creative midfielder, however with Peterborough firmly staying in the League One if the opportunity of Championship football came for Maddison he surely would take it.
Forest fans…What do you think? Do you think Maddison would be good signing for next season? Is there any other players in which you think should be on Warburton’s wishlist? Let us know in the comments below!