NOTTINGHAM Forest boss Alex McLeish is looking for new signing Darius Henderson to make a "big impact" following his move from Millwall.
Henderson's switch to the City Ground has now officially been confirmed by both clubs after the 31-year-old passed a medical and signed a contract with Forest until the end of the season.
McLeish told his club's official site: "I think he's a handful. We want to try and get more crosses into the box and obviously we have Dexter Blackstock – but I think it’s right to have four strikers.
"If we can rotate them all to good effect there’s no reason why Darius can’t make a big impact, as he has done over the last couple of seasons at Millwall."
Lions manager Kenny Jackett says he is committed to drafting in reinforcements after sanctioning the striker's exit on what is a believed to have been a free transfer.
NewsAtDen understands that Henderson had been Millwall's top earner on a deal worth around £15,000-a-week and Jackett is keen to redistribute that money on several new signings.
Forest chairman Fawaz Al Hasawi added: "We are delighted to have brought a player of Darius' experience to the club.
"He knows all about the Championship and has also played at the highest level in England as well and I've no doubts he will be a great addition to Alex McLeish's squad."