Neil Warnock, the manager of Cardiff City, has been weighing up his options and may consider a move for David Davis, Birmingham midfielder when the transfer window opens this month.

The midfielder would be entering the final six months of his contract with Birmingham very soon and Cardiff would not mind making a move for him.

However, it seems Cardiff are not the only ones interested in the 25 year old midfielder. Nottingham Forest has also showed their interest in the player who scored three goals in his 23 Championship appearance this season.

For Nottingham, their discussions with Birmingham over the player seems to be at an impasse at the moment and they are duly tracking the situation.

At Birmingham, Davis is a key player and it is likely he would not be let off so easily by the team. He has also been able to make a good impression on Gianfranco Zola since the new manager took over from Gary Rowett.

With that, Davis has been restored to central midfield by Zola, who has also privately given his backing for the long term future of the 25 year old midfielder at the club, to be sorted out this month.

Warnock is duly monitoring the situation and will move on if negotiations fail to come to a positive conclusion.

Nottingham forest also hold the same position and are hoping to make a move for the player once negotiations restart. With Henri Lansbury ready to move as Aston Villa and Derby are already lining up bids for him, Nottingham will hope to successfully bring Davis over to their ranks.

The end of the season would see Tomasz Kuszczak’s current terms expire but Birmingham are prepared to take up the option of a year extension on the player.