Bolton boss Neil Lennon has said that his side are eager to get back on track after their defeat to QPR, as he spoke to the club’s official website.
Lennon’s side are itching to get back to the action
The Wanderers went into the international break on the back of a disappointing 4-3 defeat to QPR, after they had initially led the fixture 2-0.
They now face local rivals Burnley at Turf Moor this Saturday, and Neil Lennon has called for his players to get back on track in an attempt to save their season.
“We’re all itching to go again after the QPR defeat before the international break,” Lennon told the media in his pre-match interview
“Going to Burnley is a difficult ask, but we scored three goals away from home last time out so we know we are capable.
“Burnley have come down from the same level as QPR last season, but we feel they may be a tougher nut to crack because they have been in good form.
“It’s good that we’re not having to travel too far. I’m looking for a reaction and that can hopefully set us up nicely for two upcoming home games.”
The Whites currently sit in the relegation zone of the Sky Bet Championship, after a very concerning start with only one win to their name.
Lennon’s side have evidently found it hard to score goals in the league this season, with the Trotters having scored a mere 9 goals so far this season.
The Bolton manager will undoubtedly be hoping that his strikers start scoring, to subsequently propel them up the Championship table, and out of the relegation zone.
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