Former Forest Boss Back as Brighton Number Two

Having been out of football for almost a year, Calderwood was this week re-united with Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton, recently appointed himself as Sami Hyppia's successor in Sussex.

Praising the 'fantastic' infrastructure that is now in place at the club, Calderwood told the official BHAFC website that Premier League football has to be the ultimate aim for the Seagulls.

But, he added: "The situation is what it is at the minute and we’ve got to make sure we get enough points to stay in the division."

Brighton currently lie one place and two points above the relegation zone as they prepare for the visit of a Nottingham Forest side under the stewardship of Dougie Freedman for the first time.