Darius Henderson has left Nottingham Forest to join League One side Leyton Orient on a three-year deal


The 32-year-old has departed the City Ground by ‘mutual consent’ after 49 appearances and 11 goals for the Reds.

The former Millwall, Watford and Sheffield United striker joined Forest in January 2013 on a free transfer but hasn’t been involved in the club’s pre-season friendlies.

Stuart Pearce confirmed yesterday he was seeking further additions to the squad.

Pearce told Forest Player: “We’ve got pretty good value for money so far. We’ve not outlaid more than half a million pounds during the summer transfer window and we’re delighted with all our additions. Players like Matty Fryatt, Chris Burke and Michael Mancienne will be exceptional in this league.

“But on top of that, we still need to keep adding players in certain areas. I’ve learnt a great deal over this pre-season about the players, the staff and the club and we know that we’ve still got some strengthening to do before and during the season.”


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