Blackstock keen on Forest switch
The 22-year-old striker scored two crucial goals during a loan spell from the R's to help keep Forest in the Championship and manager Billy Davies has admitted he has opened talks with the London club about making the switch permanent. And Blackstock, who still finished the season as QPR's leading scorer, is happy to talk to Forest provided they can reach an agreement with his parent club. "It's out of my hands whether I come here next season," he told BBC Radio Nottingham. "It's up to the clubs to agree a fee and if they do I'd be more than happy to come and talk to Forest. "This club's destined for the Premier League, there's no doubt about that. If I can be part of that then it will be great, but if I can't then I have to go back to QPR."
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