New Nottingham Forest striker Jason Cummings has moved to The City Ground with the best wishes of the fans of former club Hibernian.

The Reds have completed the signing of the Scottish Cup and Scottish Championship promotion winner for an undisclosed transfer fee believed to be in excess of £1 million.

Cummings leaves Easter Road as a club hero after netting 71 goals in just 150 appearances for the Hibees and the player now has a huge opportunity to further his career with Forest. Despite seeing their star man leave their beloved club, Hibernian fans have shown huge respect towards the player on Twitter with many sending messages of both thanks and best wishes.

https://twitter.com/bathtapdancer/status/876075427562999809

https://twitter.com/Bri_Mo1/status/876099228799553540

https://twitter.com/ZanelliTom23/status/876033762508800001

https://twitter.com/pudmckenna/status/876096545812353024

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Forest boss Mark Warburton knows Cummings well from his time managing at Rangers with the 21-year-old striker being a constant menace to his Gers side.


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