Adlene Guedioura is delighted to have answered the call of Nottingham Forest supporters and completed a permanent move to the City Ground.
Having taken in a productive loan spell with the Reds last season, the midfielder has returned to Trentside on a three-year contract.
He finalised a move from Wolves on Monday, allowing him to form part of an exciting new era at Forest.
Guedioura becomes new Reds boss Sean O'Driscoll's first signing and the first arrival of the Al-Hasawi reign.
The 26-year-old Algeria international cannot wait to get going, as Forest eye promotion to the Premier League, and has thanked the club's fans for making him feel so welcome.
Guedioura told the club's official website: "I was on holiday and looking on Twitter and I saw that they had asked me to come. I answered the call!
"I was really pleased when I had this call from the fans so I have to say thank you to them.
"Hopefully we can win promotion for them."