Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has revealed his determination to take the club back to the Premier League in his second stint in charge of the Reds.
The Scot has been brought in by the Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi, after his countryman Alex McLeish lasted just 40 days in the hot seat at the East Midlands outfit.
Having been sacked by the club back in June 2011, Davies is glad to be back at the club and believes it's about time Forest returned to the top flight.
He said: "Over a period I think we've got to look at taking this club to where we think it belongs. That is certainly the ambition of the majority of the people here and certainly my ambition.
"I never thought that my next chapter would be coming back to Nottingham Forest although I always said I wanted to come back one day to finish the job off.
"I am very confident, having spoken to the board. I've got no doubt in my mind that these people will do all they can do get the club to the Premier League. That's why I'm here and I'm very much looking forward to it."
Davies will be determined to get his side off to a flying start when they take on Bolton Wanderers in the Championship on Saturday.
The Reds are 2.20 to win, 3.25 to draw and 3.00 to lose to the Trotters at the City Ground.
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