New Coventry City signing Tyler Walker has sent a Nottingham Forest farewell message after leaving his boyhood club.
After six loan spells during his time at the City Ground, Walker has joined the Sky Blues from Forest on a permanent basis.
It ends a 15-year stay with the Reds, for who he made 45 first-team appearances and scored seven goals.
His final goal was a memorable late strike to seal a 2-0 home win over Leeds United in February.
“As a kid I always dreamed of playing in Forest’s first team and I’m proud to say that I achieved that,” Walker said in a post on social media.
“I owe a massive thank you to everyone who has helped me over the past 15 years, the players I’ve played with, the staff who’ve coached me, and to all the fans who’ve supported along the way.
“Nottingham Forest has been a huge part of my life, I’ve met people and made friends there that will last a lifetime.
“The club will always hold a special place in my heart, helping me become the person and footballer I am today.
“I have made some fantastic memories, none better than scoring against Leeds and being a part of the atmosphere that night!
“I want to wish the club every success in the future and I hope it gets back to where it belongs.”