There must be an enormous feeling of relief flowing through Nottingham Forest fans at the moment, following confirmation that they will be playing Championship football next year.
It came down to a nervy final day in which Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers or Forest could get relegated.
All three teams won, and Forest blew away opponents Ipswich Town with an inspired 3-0 victory.
Combined with new owners, there is a fresh sense of optimism amongst the City Ground faithful that perhaps they can move well up the table next year under Mark Warburton.
One of the signings they should be looking to make is bringing Middlesbrough’s Adlene Guedioura back to Nottingham.
Eyebrows were raised as to quite why Middlesbrough decided to bring in Guedioura in January, and he’s failed to start a single game for them.
He could be on the list to leave under new manager Garry Monk and Forest should be readying a move.
The 31-year-old enjoyed a successful spell at the club in 2013 and 2013 before he moved to the Premier League with Crystal Palace.
He’s since been a bit of a journeyman, failing to find a proper home after a number of loan spells and then a permanent move to Watford.
His signing at Forest would help to sure up their midfield and offer him a starting role in the Championship, a level he’s renowned for being extremely comfortable and strong in.
Perhaps a stumbling block would be his wages, but if he wants first team football, you would imagine the Algerian international would be prepared to take a cut in order to return to his old stomping ground.
Guedioura would be a very solid signing for Forest and could help in moving them well away from the drop zone next season.