Breckin aims for fresh start

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Defender Ian Breckin is relishing the chance to re-ignite his Nottingham Forest career under new boss Billy Davies.

The 33-year-old found himself out of favour under previous manager Colin Calderwood and asked to be placed on the transfer list but Breckin was recalled by caretaker manager John Pemberton and, after starring in the FA Cup win over Manchester City, he is now hoping to cement his place in the side.

"I have really enjoyed the last two games. Things did not go my way for a couple of months and I found myself out of the team and the squad," Breckin told the Nottingham Evening Post. "But football is a funny game and it can turn around pretty quickly. Now I am hoping I get more opportunities and we will take it from there."

He added: "I never wanted to leave and I still don't want to leave, but if my chances are limited I might have to look elsewhere. I have to speak to the new manager but as long as the club want me then I am more than happy to stay."

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