The former player of Nottingham Forest, Paul Anderson has signed for Bristol City.  The winger has signed for City on a contract of 2 years. The manager of Bristol City, Derek Mcllnes, has confirmed the signing of Anderson. Anderson’s contract with Nottingham had expired at the end of the last season and the club decided not to extend the contract of the winger. So, he was a free agent. Mcllnes looked delighted after signing the Englishman. He said that Anderson has got incredible talent and he wants to make his mark at the big stage. He is still pretty young and he is a very good buy for the club.

Anderson had been playing for Nottingham Forest since the last 3 years. He was signed by Nottingham in June 2009.  Nottingham had bought him from Liverpool after paying a transfer fee of 250,000 pounds. In the first two seasons, he was given regular playing chances, but, in the last season, he spent most of the time sitting on the bench. He featured in only 19 matches in the last season. The club decided to release him at the end of the 2011-12 season. After signing for Bristol City, Anderson said that he is happy to sign for one of the oldest English clubs and he is looking forward to playing for the club in the upcoming season. On being asked about his poor performance in the last season, Anderson said that he was not at his best in the last season, but, at the same time, he also said that he should have been given the opportunity to play in a few more games. As per Anderson, sitting on the bench frustrates a player at times and that’s what happened with him in the last season.