Bolton Wanderers has been experiencing continues Victories

Successive clean sheets and victories is what Bolton Wanderers has been experiencing ever since Neil Lennon took charge of the Football Championship League in October of 2014. The English club experienced a huge revival as Lennon was able to push Bolton from the bottom of the league into the middle spots; all of this was accomplished during the initial 3 months of Neil Lennon in charge of the squad.

Neil Lennon has attempted to make a fusion of young and older players in the team after having signed the experienced attacking duo consisting of Emile Heskey and Eidur Gudjohnson who have a combined age of 73 years.

A few young players have also been signed in the form of Josh Vela and Zach as Neil Lennon wants to establish a healthy balance between having energetic and fresh legs on the field as well as enough experienced players that can lead the team though tough situations and matches.

Bolton Wanderers did lose one of their most influential midfielders after Chung-Yong Lee was signed by Crystal Palace during the winter transfer window but a number of other players were acquired by Neil Lennon including: Adam Le Fondre and Barry Bannan.

The 19 year old player of Benfica, Rochinha was signed on a season long loan deal which extends until the end of the current campaign.

One of the most areas of Bolton Wanderers that has improved most since the arrival of Neil Lennon is the defensive section as the team has maintained a clean sheet in almost half of the matches under the guidance of the Northern Ireland coach.

Even with this recent improvement in the defensive department of Bolton Wanderers, there still are rumors going around involving some players who are in the watch-list of Neil Lennon and one of those players is the 25 year old right-back of Aston Villa, Matthew Lowton.

Lowton is not a regular starter for Aston Villa and has attracted the attention of Neil Lennon who might be making a move for the player in a few months when the transfer window re-opens during the summer.