Ex Rangers boss Mark Warburton has stated that he has no regrets in signing current Gers star Jason Cummings for Nottingham Forest, despite his lack of impact in the Championship.
Speaking in an interview, as quoted by the Scottish Sun, Warburton claimed that he sticks to his decision to try and create a youthful squad full of ambition.
“I think the goals for us were to create a young hungry squad.
“We went young with Barrie McKay and Jason Cummings. You have to build and give the young players time,” the ex Gers gaffer stated.
Cummings found life hard in the Championship, scoring only one goal in his 14 league appearances for Forest, before they turned their back on him only six months after signing the Scot.
However, the 22-year-old has sprung to life with the Gers, having scored already after only joining in late January, and the future certainly looks bright for the former Hibernian ace.
Warburton believes if his Forest squad had finished in a mid-table position last season then fans would have been praising his transfer business, as the club could have pushed on.
“If we came 10th, 11th or 12th after last season and looked to add over the summer we could have moved forwards next season.