Bolton Wanderers are currently sat in 6th place in the table after the first 11 games.
Bolton Wanderers are aiming for promotion out of League One this season. They are a point inside the top six above 7th position Blackpool.
The Trotters reached the play-offs in the last campaign under Ian Evatt. However, they lost at the semi-finals stage over two legs to Barnsley.
Bolton are reportedly one of a few clubs who are keen on Mansfield Town attacker Davis Kellior-Dunn ahead of the January transfer window, according to TEAMtalk. Barnsley, Plymouth Argyle, Rotherham United, Millwall, Hull City and QPR have also been credited with an interest in the League Two ace.
Kellior-Dunn, 25, joined the Stags in January from Burton Albion and has since become one of their key players. He has scored eight league goals already this term for Nigel Clough’s side.
The Trotters will assess Declan John‘s transfer situation ahead of January. The left-back is currently out on loan in the fourth tier with Salford City to get some more game time under his belt.
Evatt has said, as per The Bolton News: “It wasn’t a secret that Declan was available and we were looking for clubs to show their hands – and, to be honest, there wasn’t a great deal of interest.
“Salford came up along with one other League Two club in the last part of the transfer window and, as we know, financials are quite tight at that level.
“We made the decision to allow him to go out on loan until January and we can re-evaluate the decision then. That was basically how it ended up and it was also why we didn’t involve him in any of the cup games because it still gives us some flexibility of him going somewhere else in January if things don’t work out there or here.”
Bolton let striker Gerald Sithole head out on loan to Altrincham in the National League to get some more experience. He linked up with the fellow North West outfit on a one-month deal.
He rose up through the academy at Gillingham and was a regular for the Kent side at various youth levels. He went on to play 22 times for their first-team before heading out the exit door in 2022.