New Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton says that he will remain with the club even if they are relegated to Sky Bet League One according to the Nottingham Post.

The 54-year-old was appointed into the role last month but has collected just five points from an available 18 from his six matches in charge to date.

Defeats to both Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City over the Easter weekend leaves The Reds just one point and one place above the Sky Bet Championship relegation zone but despite Forest’s ongoing struggles it has been reported that manager Warburton will remain at the club regardless of which division they will play their football in next season.

Warburton started his managerial career in Sky Bet League One with former club Brentford and while Forest will hope that a drop to the third tier is not on the agenda in the next month, the Londoner did win promotion from that division in his first season with The Bees back in 2013/2014.

Forest face a crucial match against Reading at The City Ground on Saturday before travelling to Loftus Road to take on Queens Park Rangers next weekend. The Reds finish the campaign with a home fixture against Ipswich Town.


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