Nottingham Forest boss Davies chases Palace's Moses
Moses has scored six goals in 14 league starts this season
Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has confirmed that the club are trying to tie up a deal for Crystal Palace striker Victor Moses.
Palace went into administration on Tuesday but hope the sale of Moses, 19, can help to pay off most of the club's outstanding debts.
Davies told BBC Radio Nottingham: "He's one of many players that catches your eye when he plays in this division.
"But we want to make sure any business we do is done and then let fans know."
Davies, whose side moved level on points with Championship leaders Newcastle following Tuesday's 5-0 drubbing of QPR, added: "I've given a list of names to the transfer acquisitions committee and there are many players on that list.
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