Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Ishmael Miller from West Bromwich Albion.The Reds have paid an initial £1.2million for the striker, who has signed a three-year City Ground contract.Manager Steve McClaren said: "Ishmael is still a young player but has loads of experience and a lot to prove."He wants to play, which is why he's coming to Forest."He's the type of player we want at the club, he's young and ambitious and fits the criteria perfectly."Miller launched his career with his home town club Manchester City and made 17 Premier League appearances, scoring one goal, before joining West Brom on loan.After a successful six-month spell at The Hawthorns - he scored on his debut and won his first England Under 21 cap during that time - he completed a permanent switch in January 2008.He has made more than 60 league appearances for The Baggies and has scored 14 goals.The 24 year old had a five-month loan spell with Queens Park Rangers in the second half of last season and helped Neil Warnock's men land the Championship title.
Miller is McClaren's fifth signing of the summer.