Davies arrival will galvanise Nottingham Forest players, says Kelly
ROB Kelly hopes the arrival of Billy Davies will galvanise a resurgence in form from Nottingham Forest – but does not know if he will have a part to play at the club in the future.
Scotsman Davies begins his second spell in charge at the City Ground today.
Kelly, currently the assistant manager, hopes a new manager can mean a new start for the Reds, who have been struggling for form.
A 2-0 defeat at Bristol City, with Kelly in caretaker charge of the side, saw them extend their recent poor run to just one win in eight.
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"I am sure a new manager coming in will have a new impact. Maybe he will see something we don't," said Kelly. "We are on a bad run of form and we need to change things if we are going to make a late surge for the play-offs.
"We are inconsistent, that is the bottom line. We started the season well, but then we had a poor run. At times, we are as good or better than many teams in the division. At other times we just aren't.
"Maybe somebody new coming in, who can look at things cold, might be able to see the best way forward for us.
"We need to find some consistency within the team. We need to find some consistency within individual matches, because Saturday was the perfect example of that."
On his own future, Kelly added: "I have not had a conversation with Billy about the future yet. I have had a call from him, out of courtesy, to say that he is coming."
"He just told me that he was going to be starting on Monday and to get on with it in the meantime.
"Billy did not have any input at all, asides from wishing us good luck. They just let us get on with things."