On loan from Nottingham Forest, Sierra Leone native Tyrese Fornah has admitted that he will sign a permanent deal with Reading if it is up to him.
The midfielder, 23, scored a last-gasp winner as Reading defeated Rotherham on Tuesday.
Speaking about Reading being a potential permanent home, Fornah said: “I would love to (sign permanently). If it was down to me, I would literally sign today,” the midfiedler quoted in Wokingham Today.
“There’s a bigger picture between the two clubs, but I do hope my future is here long term. “I’m not thinking about it now, and I’ll wait until the summer, but now, for me is just about performing, getting back into the team and playing well.
“That’s my main focus. I don’t care about anything else, I just care about playing, and I’m trying to get as many minutes as I can, play well, and hopefully get a few goals as well.”
Fornah spent six years at the Reading academy, having joined the club in 2012 before he left to join Brighton & Hove Albion and then Nottingham Forest. if given a chance.
On 8 July 2022, The Royals announced that Fornah had signed a season-long loan with Championship side Reading.
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