Thomas Ince open to extending stay at Nottingham Forest

Tom Ince of Hull City during a pre-season friendly match between North Ferriby United and Hull City at the eon visual media stadium on July 19, 2014
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Hull City's Thomas Ince says that he is open to extending his loan deal beyond December 28 at Nottingham Forest.

Thomas Ince has suggested that he is open to extending his stay at Nottingham Forest after joining the club from Premier League side Hull City on loan.

The England Under-21 international signed for the Championship club earlier this week after failing to cement a first-team spot at the KC Stadium.

The initial loan deal runs until December 28, but Ince would be happy to remain at the City Ground if both parties agree.

"The Premier League is where I want to be but I'm still 22 years of age," Ince told Forest's official website. "I have a lot to learn so to have the opportunity the gaffer has given me is fantastic.

"If, after the two months, I've had a great loan spell and both parties are enjoying it then there's definitely not a dead end."

Ince turned down Inter Milan before joining Hull in the summer.

Tom Ince of Hull City during a pre-season friendly match between North Ferriby United and Hull City at the eon visual media stadium on July 19, 2014
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