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Nottingham Forest man speaks out on his future plans



John Bostock is keeping his options open regarding his future, after moving to Nottingham Forest on loan from French side, Toulouse. 

The midfielder signed for the Reds in the summer transfer window on loan until the end of the season, and will be hoping that he can make a positive impact for Forest.

In a recent interview (quotes sourced from Nottinghamshire Live), Bostock revealed that he isn’t thinking about his future at this moment in time.

“We’ll see when it comes.

“I can’t look that far ahead. I’m still contracted to Toulouse at the moment.”

The midfielder is keen to find regular minutes with Sabri Lamouchi’s side, and is keen to make an impact with the Reds in his loan spell at the City Ground.

“My aim is just to play as much as possible, to help Forest as much as I can and just to keep improving as a player.

“I feel like I’m at a stage of my career where I want to play as much as possible and just enjoy the game.

“Hopefully I can chip in with some goals and assists along the way, but the most important thing is we finish the season where we want to be.”

Bostock is next in action at the weekend, when Nottingham Forest take on league-leaders Swansea City, in what will be one of their toughest tests of the season so far.

The Verdict:

I think he will be a useful addition to the Nottingham Forest team this term.

The Reds already have a number of options available to them in midfield, but Bostock will be keen to prove himself at the club whilst on loan.

Competition for places is never a bad dilemma to have as a manager, and if he can impress at the City Ground, then Forest could be tempted to make his loan move a permanent one in the summer.

Editorial Assistant at Snack Media, writing for Football League World on a regular basis! Sports Journalism graduate from Southampton Solent University.

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