Glasgow Celtic centre-back Kelvin Wilson is on the verge of a return to former club Nottingham Forest, two years after leaving the City Ground.
Despite being a regular for the majority of his stay in Scotland, Wilson feels ready to move back to his hometown club.
The powerful defender featured in 50 games across all competitions last season, contributing to a fine campaign in which Celtic won a league and cup double, as well as reaching the last-16 stage of the UEFA Champions League against all odds.
Celtic signed two additions to the back-line this summer and have enough cover to reluctantly allow fans’ favourite Wilson to leave.
Forest are attempting to build a side capable of challenging for automatic promotion under the motivational guidance of Billy Davies, also in his second spell with the former European Cup winners.
Wilson’s Champions League experience with Celtic will prove invaluable, as Forest make a concerted push for a place in the Premier League.