Harewood returns to Forest until end of the season as striker signs four-month deal
Marlon Harewood has agreed to rejoin Nottingham Forest on a four-month contract when he becomes a free agent on January 1.
The 32-year-old striker, who started his career at the City Ground and scored 51 goals in 181 league appearances, has been training with Forest for the past six weeks having spent a spell in China with Guangzhou R&F.
New deal: Harewood began the season in China
Boss Steve Cotterill told the club”s official website: “We hope he will bring us a few goals.
“He has had a happy knack of scoring afew goals wherever he has been. He brings experience and he brings a good local knowledge.”
Forest have failed to score in their last six matches and are in the relegation zone at present.
Familiar ground: Marlon Harewood has re-signed for Nottingham Forest
Harewood began his career at the City Ground, spending seven years in total with the east Midlands club before moving to West Ham, Aston Villa and Blackpool.
He has also had loan spells at Ipswich, Wolves, Newcastle and Barnsley.