Nottingham Forest defender Cyrus Christie was once again impressive in Monday’s 3-1 win over QPR.
As a result, we asked supporters on our official Twitter whether or not he should be signed permanently during the summer.
It seems as though plenty have changed their minds on the 28-year-old and would now welcome his arrival.
Christie has taken some time to prove himself in the famous Garibaldi. Since the turn of the year, however, he has produced some brilliant performances.
The Republic of Ireland international is on loan from Fulham but does see his contract expire in the summer.
The Cottagers hold an option to extend his deal in the summer but that doesn’t mean they won’t seek to sell him.
Plenty of supporters would welcome Christie arriving on Trentside – but not on the £20,000-a-week he currently collects at Craven Cottage.
Following another impressive performance, we had a look what fans were saying over the possibility of a permanent deal this summer.
Yeah , much improved in recent games— Rob Churchill (@NFFC_FanGroup) April 6, 2021
Might as well. He’s improved. Not on a long contract though. 2 years would suffice imo— will (@WillTooley) April 6, 2021
if he was free and on reduced terms yes. No otherwise— bosstrade (@bosstrade) April 6, 2021
I’m concerned of how many years we offer him, short term I’d take him but for long term it’s a big ask, fair play to him he’s been outstanding, got to keep being consistent— Kieren (@kierenstraw) April 6, 2021
100% yes— pidge1980 (@PigginAdam) April 6, 2021
Absolutely. His performances in the second half of the season have been of a much higher standard and it feels like he's really settled now. We have the option to buy - would say it's a no-brainer.— Greg Oram (@greg_oram) April 6, 2021
Definitely 👍— Paul Keeling (@PaulKee88330350) April 6, 2021
Offer him a similar deal to Ameobi when he joined.1year with an option to extend if he does a good job. Personally feel he’s never not put the effort in,his confidence was shot and now he’s bang in form.— onlyhereforthemeltdown (@_nffc_soppers) April 6, 2021