Jenas grateful to Forest fans
Jermaine Jenas has thanked Forest fans for helping him to feel "back at home" in Nottingham.
Tottenham midfielder Jenas, who began his career at the City Ground, has extended his loan spell with the npower Championship club until January 2, 2013.
The 29-year-old admits he has been lacking confidence in recent years but he feels the fans at Forest are helping him to restore that lost edge to his game.
"It's what I wanted [to stay]. I've enjoyed it and it's been great to be back at home," Jenas told the club's official website. "I had options to go to other Championship clubs but I made it clear to my agent I wanted it to be Forest and the people behind the scenes have managed to get it done.
"There were many reasons I wanted it to be Forest, but one was the fans. I knew the fans here would take to me if I got some good performances under my belt and they have been great to me.
"It's been the one thing that's been missing for me over the last few years - some confidence. They've been great with me and given me back the edge I have been missing for the last three or four years of my career, so thanks to them."