Adlene Guedioura happy at Nottingham Forest

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The Algeria international made a return to Forest in January and he is looking to continue his stay at the City Ground

Adlene Guedioura is feeling at home at English Championship side Nottingham Forest.

The midfielder initially joined Forest on loan in January 2012 from Wolverhampton Wanderers before making the deal permanent in July.

However, in the summer of 2013, the 33-year-old switched to Premier League side Crystal Palace before securing moves to Watford and Middlesbrough respectively.

In January, the Algeria international returned to Forest after agreeing to a deal that will keep him at the City Ground till 2020-21 season.

Since joining Aitor Karanka’s men, the former Sporting Charleroi player has made 13 league appearances scoring once and he is pleased to continue his stay with the Championship side.

“I am looking to buy a home here; I want to establish myself in Nottingham because I love this city,” Guedioura told Nottinghamshire Live.

“I have always been in love with Nottingham since I arrived here, which is why I always wanted to come back.

“In football, you never know what will happen. I did not think I would leave in the first place. But when something special happens, when you feel good somewhere, you want to come back.

“This is why I came back and this is why I am very happy to be here. It is one of my favourite clubs to have played for.”

Guedioura will be expected to be involved when Nottingham Forest visit the KCOM Stadium to take on Hull City on Saturday.

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