Commons wants Stoke demands met
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The young winger's contract expires in the summer and he has been given a deadline of June 15 to pen the deal offered by The Potters.
Commons is currently unhappy with certain aspects of the deal and is not ready to commit his future to the First Division side.
However, he admits that he is prepared to stay at The Britannia Stadium if his demands are met by Tony Pulis' outfit.
"Stoke have done things that have shown they are keen for me to stay but there are some things they have not put in the contract that I have wanted," said Commons.
"So I don't know if they are that keen for me to stay when there is always something left out.
"There are things that need to be talked about that I've asked for but not got. I would like these things to be included."
Stoke's Division One rivals Forest have confirmed they are interested in taking Commons to The City Ground.
The 20-year-old grew up supporting Forest and concedes it is flattering there is interest in his services from Joe Kinnear.
He added: "I supported them as a youngster and played with them as a five or six-year-old.
"They have always been a club I'd hoped to play for. It's a very tempting offer but Stoke have turned them down."