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Although Neil Lennon has been largely happy with his side’s performances this season he has acknowledged that changes are needed if Bolton Wanderers are to fulfil their potential next season.
Bolton Wanderers conceded in stoppage time for the seventh time since late January to throw away a hard-fought point against second-placed Norwich on Saturday as they gear up to face Charlton on Tuesday.
After Bolton’s superb 3-0 win in Cardiff on Easter Monday, Lennon believes the Norwich game will be a test of their aspirations to find themselves competing at the top next year.
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.
Bolton are 10 points clear of relegation but manager Neil Lennon knows how quickly the league table can change and wants a minimum of five points from the remaining seven games.
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Tom Walker’s goal looked to be bringing Bolton a smash-and-grab victory back from the DW Stadium, but Martyn Waghorn’s acrobatic in injury-time for Wigan meant the visitors had to settle for a single point.
The Latics currently sit 22nd in the table and six points adrift of safety with just eight games left of the season and welcome the Trotters to the DW Stadium.
Bolton have two wins out of two this season against Wigan, having ran out 3-1 winners at the Macron Stadium in November which spelled the end of Uwe Rosler’s reign less than a week later.
Lennon blasted several senior Bolton Wanderers’ players as the club, guilty of missing numerous good opportunities in front of goal, suffered a disappointing 1-0 loss against Ipswich Town at Portman Road.