Craig Forrest: Latest

Club doctor Ges Steinbergs says Craig Forrest gave all the players a boost when he went into the dressing room to encourage the players before the Ipswich game.
It was the first time most of them had seen Craig since he was diagnosed as having testicular cancer, and Ges says:
"It was good to see him in the dressing room before the game, and I'm sure his presence helped lift the boys to a first away win of the season.
"All the boys were delighted to see him, and he has been very courageous after the initial news obviously shocked him."
Paolo Di Canio dedicated the victory against Craig's old club to the goalkeeper.
As regard Craig's current situation, Ges explains:
"The latest is that all further tests show the cancer markers have come back clear, which is the best possible result in a difficult situation.
"He now faces chemotherapy in a couple of weeks, not because we have found anything of concern, but just as added security for Craig.
"The side effects of that will last around two months as he has blood test monitoring, and there will be a lesser, ongoing effect for two months after that.
"We would stress that he is under no pressure from anyone at the club to return to action; all we are concerned about is his wellbeing.
"But it is likely that April might see him back in action - all things being equal."
Ges also explains why David James was on the bench on Sunday despite not being 100% fit.
The FA are monitoring his progress as he is an England squad player, and Ges is keeping in touch with them about his progress.
Says Ges:
"Because of the injury to Steve Bywater occurring so late in the week, there was little chance to bring in a loan goalkeeper.
"David volunteered to go on the bench but he is still a couple of weeks away from being match fit.
"He has worked incredibly hard to get back so quickly as it is.
"As for Steve, we can confirm that he will be out for four months."
Still on the injured list is Shaun Byrne, while Grant McCann is fit again after a virus laid him low last week.