Steve McClaren says that a lack of ambition was behind his decision to quit as manager of Nottingham Forest yesterday.
Steve McClaren has claimed that a lack of ambition was behind his decision to leave his role as manager of Nottingham Forest.
The 50-year-old resigned from his position following Forest's 3-1 home defeat to Birmingham City yesterday afternoon.
Reports have suggested that McClaren clashed with the club's board as he looked to bolster his playing squad with a number of signings that never came to fruition.
"I resigned, they don't share the ambition that I came for," said McClaren.
After deciding that his position at the City Ground has become untenable, McClaren waived his right to any severance pay by resigning.
Karl Robinson in the Forest frame >