January transfer window: Nottingham Forest rumours- Majewski made to wait for improved deal at Forest
Nottingham Forest are yet to offer an improved deal to their diminutive playmaker, Radoslaw Majewski.
The 5ft 7" playmaker turned down Forest’s offer of a one-year-extension to his contract as he looks to hold out for deal that will keep at the City Ground for the long term.
Alex McLeish and the Forest bosses are unlikely to offer the Pole a renewed offer in the January window.
The creative midfielder has got between now and the end of the season to prove his worth to the manager if he wants to be offered an extended contract offer.
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Majewski has spoke openly to the Polish press about his desire to remain at the City Ground but he refuses to sign a deal that will see the player find himself in the same uncertain position next season.
The 26-year-old, told Weszlo: "It's more about the length of contract. I don't think a 37-year-old would accept a deal like that.
"If I was very keen on staying, I would sign the offer as it was, but then, a year from now, I would be in the very same situation.
"I have accustomed very well in Nottingham. I feel good here and the prospects are growing here.
"[But] the situation is uncertain and Forest will buy in the summer. Even nine players may leave then."
Majewski, who is eligible to speak to other clubs, could leave the Reds on a free transfer in the summer and the Pole will not be short of offers after establishing himself as one of the most creative players in the division.
"One of the English clubs is offering me much, but it would be hard for me to leave this place.
"Everything is up in the air,” added Majewski.
Meanwhile, Forest's out of favour striker, Matt Derbyshire, has been link with a loan switch to Blackpool.
Derbyshire, who’s been left surplus to requirements at the City Ground, has only made a single substitute appearance for Forest since rejoining them after a loan spell at Oldham Athletic.
The forward was told by Alex McLeish at the start of the January window that his future lays elsewhere and Blackpool looks his likely destination.