Date: 30th January 2007 at 3:58pm
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DAVID PRUTTON has spoken about his decision to leave SMS.

The 25 year old was heavily linked to Championship side Hull City, but a loan move to league one title favourites Nottingham Forest was more appealing for the Saints midfielder.

Speaking to the official site he said: ‘I am sad to be going but it is a good chance for me and it will be nice to play regularly again.

‘Forest are in with a great chance of promotion which was a big factor in my decision. It is a very attractive place to play and I am looking forward to going back there.

‘I will have a look and see what is happening at the end of the season but at this stage I don’t think I am likely to be back at Southampton.

‘I really do hope Saints get promoted. They have a great bunch of lads and good management. It is a great set-up, there are some very good people at the club and they deserve to be in the top flight.

‘I will miss everyone and wish them all well. I had a fantastic time here which saw me cover just about every possible aspect of football. I will take away a lot of good memories.’

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2 Replies to “Prutton on Forest move”

  • Not willing to fight for his place here, turns down a chance to join a different Championship club to go to league one? Sounds like someone lacks ambition. Forest aren’t famous any more Prutts!

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