Date: 14th June 2017 at 3:25pm
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Bolton Wanderers had an outstanding season last time round, earning automatic promotion from Sky Bet League One by finishing four points ahead of third place Scunthorpe United.

In preparation for their first season back in the Championship, they have already been busy in the summer window, adding former striker Adam Le Fondre to their ranks as well as making Andrew Taylor’s loan deal permanent.

Bolton will continue to search for transfer deals this summer by tying up out-of-contract players and signing some other free agents.

Another signing which should be considered by manager Phil Parkinson is defender Mark Little.

Little has recently been made a free agent after his release from Bristol City, where he had spent three years.

This included a promotion winning campaign from League One to the Championship as well as a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy victory.

The 28-year-old would offer Bolton Wanderers valuable Championship experience as well as versatility because Little is able to occupy a position at right-back and also as a right midfielder.

Little has, on occasion, played at left back too.

He is known for his ability to go on powerful charges down the right hand side which have often led to him contributing to the making of goals, which can be seen in the 25 assists he has accumulated throughout his career.

Little is also a sturdy enough defender at the back and has an invaluably experienced head on his shoulders at this level.

Bolton fans… Would you be happy to see Little join your club? Is he good enough to become a big part of your team? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below!