Wilson plumps for Forest
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Kelvin Wilson has opted for a move to Nottm Forest ahead of Doncaster Rovers.Kelvin Wilson has opted for a move to Nottingham Forest ahead of Doncaster Rovers.
Preston North End accepted offers from both League One clubs prior to the weekend and Wilson has plumped for a return to Nottingham.
The former Notts County youngster has signed a four-year contract with Forest and has already trained with his new team-mates.
He will cost Colin Calderwood's side in the region of £300,000 and heads back to his home town just over a year after leaving for Preston.
During his time at Deepdale, Wilson made 30 appearances for the club after being signed by Paul Simpson's predecessor Billy Davies.
Wilson becomes Forest manager Calderwood's fifth signing of the summer after the acquisitions of Chris Cohen, Arron Davies, Neil Lennon and Matt Lockwood.