Exciting times are on the horizon for Nottingham Forest, who are looking in good shape at this stage of the summer.
After last season’s disappointing mid-table finish, Aitor Karanka has got to work in the transfer window, reshaping his Forest squad with some real talent ahead of the Sky Bet Championship season.
Amongst those new arrivals is Lewis Grabban, who has signed a four-year deal at the City Ground.
The 30-year-old scored 20 goals last season in the Championship, impressing whilst on-loan with Sunderland and then Aston Villa.
His goals for the latter put them in promotion contention, with many at the City Ground hoping the striker can do that same for Forest over the next 12 months.
Here at FLW, we wanted to know what Forest’s supporters were expecting from Grabban, asking whether they feel the striker will score over 10 goals in a red shirt next season.
????️ Nottingham Forest fans…
Is Lewis Grabban going to score over 10 league goals next season? ⚽️ #NFFC
— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) July 12, 2018
Unsurprisingly, Forest’s supporters are backing Grabban to be a success story next season, with 79% of voters in our poll expecting to see the striker score over 10 goals next season.
Only 21% believe that Grabban will not get into double figures.
Will Grabban be a success? Let us know your thoughts!
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