Neil Lennon believes that his Bolton Wanderers side are not far from turning performances into points after the 1-1 draw with Leeds United on Saturday.
Emile Heskey believes that his Bolton teammates have the character to pull off another escape act after Wanderers slipped further into the relegation mire last night.
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Wanderers are yet to register a single point on their travels, but head to Loftus Road looking to capitalise on what is likely to be a nervy QPR team following their 4-0 derby defeat to Fulham last time out.
Neil Lennon is looking forward to getting back to home comforts as his Bolton Wanderers side face league leaders Brighton and Hove Albion at the Macron Stadium on Saturday.
Bolton boss Neil Lennon believes his side must get tougher if they are to pick up points away from home and improve on a worrying start to the season.
Bolton manager Neil Lennon brought Iceland’s record goalscorer back to Bolton almost 15 years after he had left the club for Chelsea, with the 36-year-old signing a six-month deal in December and since notching up six goals in 20 appearances.
After coming on at half-time for his first appearance in English football since May 2012, ex-England international Heskey slid home Eidur Gudjohnsen’s cross to cancel out Josh King’s opener.
The Icelandic record goalscorer, who left the club 14 years ago, had been training with Wanderers following his release by Club Brugge.
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