Charlton Athletic manager Bob Peeters says the Bolton are ‘still a big club’ despite being a place above bottom, as his side take on Neil Lennon’s Wanderers on Tuesday night.
Peeters, who was appointed Charlton manager over the summer, says he’s also wary of a tough challenge against Neil Lennon, as his side claimed their fist victory of the season on Saturday.
Matt Mills scored the only goal after 20 minutes for Bolton as they beat Birmingham City on Saturday. Charlton, who sit in eighth, are looking to get back to winning ways, after a 1-0 defeat to Bournemouth.
Peeters told Sky Sports News: “He didn’t manage to go to the Premier League but as far as I know Bolton is still a big club.
“They are struggling at the moment but when you look at the history of Bolton, if you speak about Bolton abroad, they talk about the Premier League and the good days.
“A few times already this season we have played a team who is struggling and they appointed a new manager.
“I think they will be ready for us, a team struggling with a new manager, and we know him as a very passionate manager, so it will be a tough game to try to beat them.”