That's up to Rangers and Forest to come to an agreement.
Rangers are now battling with Aberdeen for second place in the Scottish Premiership.
'Personally, I want to stay here but there's a lot behind the scenes that needs to happen, ' he said.
"But, you keep saying in football to never underestimate the importance of a goal".More news: Celtics open East finals by ripping Cavaliers
"We'll get them ready and sorted for tomorrow and whatever their futures hold, it will be good for some and other ones will have to buck their ideas up". But for Tav to score and make it 3-1, and then to go 3-2, we got a bit of belief back.
"I go this time with the supporters' blessing and everyone within the club's blessing because they see the opportunity, they see the size of Glasgow Rangers and how hard it would have been where I was to turn down".
"I can criticise them for conceding goals but I can't criticise them for the way they came back into the game".
"We've lost too many games this year". He might get it out of them.More news: Microsoft Extends PC Games To Its Digital Gifting Program
When Steven Gerrard takes over as manager on June 1, Nicholl will end his short spell on the club's coaching staff, which started as assistant manager to Graeme Murty. I think they will be happy to sell me on.
'I am hoping I will be here next season, I am hoping it's just the beginning for me here.
"The new manager will definitely be watching and it will be up to him who he brings in".
During his time in England, Windass was a youth academy product of Huddersfield Town, before being released where he joined Harrogate Railway Athletic.More news: Former Malaysia PM Najib banned from leaving country
"It was good while it lasted, and I'll just see what my next step is in football". That is a massive thing as well, needing character in this place, but the supporters have kept coming and they will be looking to the future with the new manager, new players and existing players.