Kevin Nolan could be set for an emotional return to Bolton Wanderers six years after leaving the club, according to the Mirror.
The midfielder left West Ham United by mutual consent last month, having spent just over four seasons with the club, racking up one hundred and fifty-seven appearances scoring thirty-one goals.
Prior to his move to West Ham, he had two and a half years at Newcastle United while during his time at Bolton he played almost three hundred and fifty times, scoring fifty times.
Internationally, he was twice capped for England’s Under 21s, but has never been recognised at senior level.
Since leaving Upton Park in August, Nolan has been training with Leyton Orient though it is the Trotters who are the front runners to secure his services.
Neil Lennon’s side currently sit seventeenth in the Championship, and can be backed at 13/8 to beat Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday evening.