On the latest episode of BBC Radio Nottingham's Shut Up And Show More Football podcast, Colin Fray spoke about Joe Worrall's legacy following his departure on loan to Besiktas: "I think we'll remember him as somebody who always wore his heart on his sleeve, was very forthright, whenever he would speak in interviews right from when he made his debut.
"I suppose that told you a lot about where he was going to go in his career and once he proved himself that he was going to be capable of playing at the level Forest were playing at, he was always going to be captain's armband material.
"As far as his legacy is concerned, I don't think anybody who was there or was connected with Forest at the time will forget him lifting that trophy with Lewis Grabban at Wembley and then doing it again on the Council House balcony the next day with the ticker tape flying, that's becoming a iconic image.
"He, like everybody else who was part of that squad, will always be remembered. Worrall is on loan at the moment, like so many Forest players, whenever he's going to be at the City Ground, this goes for all Forest players, they will be welcomed back whoever they may be playing for at the time."