Blackstock could make Forest move permanent

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Dexter Blackstock has refused to rule out the possibility of making his loan move to Nottingham Forest a permanent one.

The 22-year-old has helped earn Forest four vital points in their battle to beat the drop since joining from QPR in March, netting the winner against Bristol City earlier in the month and scoring in the 1-1 draw at Blackpool on Saturday.

Asked if he would be interested in staying at the City Ground, Blackstock told his club's official website: "I am enjoying it and everything about the club is great. The fan base, ground, training ground and the management staff. It is a massive club. My future doesn't necessarily lie in my hands. If QPR accept a fee for me it's up to me to leave."

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