Bolton Wanderers are targeting attacking reinforcements, as per a report by the Manchester Evening News

The Trotters have lost their opening two games of the season and are keen to strengthen their options up top before the end of the transfer window.

It was a busy summer for Ian Evatt’s side and they now sport a new-look side compared to last season. However, it will take time for all their new players to gel.

The North West outfit have lost their opening two games of the League Two campaign to Forest Green Rovers and Colchester United respectively.

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Evatt has provided an update on transfers: “Incomings, we’re looking to hopefully to bring a couple in. How soon that happens, I don’t know. 

“Obviously I think we’re light at the top half of the pitch so we’re looking to do some business in that area to give us some competition.”

Bolton take on Newport County today and are looking for their first win of the season. Their boss has said preparation for the match has been good this week : “It’s been great. I must say the lads, even though we got a negative result on Saturday, I think the belief in the way that we played has really lifted the lads and given them some confidence.

“When they can go to a good team in this division like Colchester, who are possession-based themselves and have had success and been in the play-offs last season and dominate the majority of the game like we did, it can only give you confidence.”

Bolton have brought in Eoin Doyle and Nathan Delfouneso in this transfer window, but could bring in some other new attacking reinforcements over the coming weeks.

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