Tudgay makes Tykes loan move

Nottingham Forest manager Sean O'Driscoll expects Marcus Tudgay to be a success at Barnsley after the striker joined the Tykes on loan.

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Marcus Tudgay: Barnsley loan switch

Marcus Tudgay: Barnsley loan switch

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The striker completed his loan switch to the Reds' Championship rivals on Wednesday afternoon and will remain at Oakwell until January 3, 2013. The move is with a view to a permanent transfer to the south Yorkshire club.

Tudgay has been limited to just two appearances for Forest this season.

O'Driscoll told the club's official website: "Marcus is an excellent professional and great to have around the place.

"But, understandably, he wants to be playing on a regular basis and that's something we cannot guarantee him. I'm sure it will be successful."

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