New Rangers ace Cummings makes claim about Nottingham Forest switch
New Rangers striker Jason Cummings has claimed that he has no regrets over his move to Nottingham Forest – despite leaving the City Ground on loan after only six months.
Cummings arrived at Forest over the summer as one of Mark Warburton’s signings but struggled to hold down a regular place in the starting XI as the former Rangers boss struggled to get results.
When Warburton was sacked on December 31st, Cummings’ time in Nottingham looked like it had come to an end with the striker joining Rangers on loan until the end of the season – with the Gers having an option to make it permanent in the summer.
Cummings admitted he didn’t regret signing for Forest and revealed that, while he doesn’t mind where he is played, he’d prefer to be played as a central striker.
“I don’t regret signing for Forest, not at all,” Cummings said, as quoted by the Nottingham Post.
“I fairly enjoyed my time there, I learned a lot, different aspects of the game and it was good to learn the English side of it. It was a good learning curve for me. Sometimes I was shifted out wide. I don’t mind if I am on the pitch, but I like being in the box and up front and the times when I did play up front for Forest, I actually scored.”
The 22-year-old made 17 appearances during his spell in England, scoring four times, but more than half of his appearances came as a substitute.
Cummings recently made his Scotland debut in the clash with Holland at Pittodrie in November after impressing with Hibs – where he scored 71 times in 141 games.
Cummings could make his debut for the Ibrox giants on Wednesday night when they face Aberdeen at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership
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