The Bolton News har vurdert spillerne etter 5-0 seieren hjemme mot MK Dons tirsdag 14. februar.
Vurderingene er gjort av Chief Football Writer i The Bolton News, Marc Iles.
Showed just how good his concentration levels are by pulling off two outstanding saves, one in either half. That clean sheet record just keeps ticking on.
Surely worth consideration for the upcoming Northern Ireland squad? Improving week on week and took his goal so well.
Goal machine. Saturday’s double at Peterborough has clearly inspired him. Defensively, he put in a great shift too.
Took a bump as he scored his first goal in professional football but kept on ticking. Looks eager to push on and get involved.
Has slotted back in as a wing-back with great success in Conor Bradley’s absence. You would expect him to return to centre half – but what an asset. Good finish too.
Really aggressive in the middle of the park, winning everything for the first hour of the game. In a rich vein of form.
Read the midfield superbly and picked out a few passes that drew applause from the Wanderers support. Revelling in this deeper lying role.
Back to the sort of form he was showing at the end of last season. Two excellent corners created goals and a free kick came within inches of another.
A proper box of tricks. You couldn’t help but enjoy watching him face up defenders and leave them guessing which way he was going to go.
So close to a first goal for Bolton but has bought instantly into the aggressive pressing that has made Bolton so difficult to play against.
Like Adeboyejo, denied by a point blank save by Cummings, but snapped at defenders the whole night through.
Subs: Sheehan 72 (for Dempsey), Lee 72 (for Charles), Kachunga 77 (for Shoretire), R Williams 77 (for John), Isgrove 77 (for Jones).