Sean O'Driscoll hopes magic Radi Majewski can quickly rediscover his form for Nottingham Forest
SEAN O'Driscoll hopes Radi Majewski can quickly rediscover his form after returning from injury, to give Nottingham Forest an early Christmas present.
The Polish midfielder was a surprise inclusion on the bench last weekend, after making a faster than expected recovery from an ankle injury.
Majewski had become an integral figure for Forest, prior to the injury he sustained in the defeat by Millwall on November 3.
And O'Driscoll is hoping the 25-year-old will soon be back to his best.
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"He trained for a few days in the run up to the game. It was a nice surprise to have him back and he looked as good as ever, fitness wise," said the Reds manager.
"It was a big plus for us to have him back in the squad against Burnley.
"He is somebody who fills that position just off the strikers better than anyone else.
"So to have him back and available coming into this busy Christmas period is a big bonus for us.
"Hopefully we can get him back into the kind of form he was in before he was injured."
O'Driscoll had wanted to give Majewski a taste of the action on Saturday.
"Towards the end, I was saying to Rob Kelly that it would be really great to get Radi on for five minutes, to give him a run out," he said.
"He agreed with me, but also pointed out that if we did, we would be breaking a few major rules of the game, as we had already used our three substitutes!"