Bolton Wanderers signed Craig Davies for a relatively small fee, reported to be between £200,000 and £300,000. Just seven months later, it seems that he already has a new club in for him with Kenny Jackett's Wolverhampton Wanderers apparently lodging a bid for the Bolton striker, per a report in the Bolton News.
Davies scored four times for Bolton Wanderers in 17 appearances for the club, adding to the nine that he scored in all competitions for former club Barnsley in the first half of the season. He scored 20 times for Barnsley in a year-and-a-half at Oakwell after signing from Chesterfield.
Davies managed a few big goals for Bolton Wanderers last season, scoring against Cardiff City, Bristol City, Nottingham Forest, and Burnley. Bolton, having officially added Jermaine Beckford on Wednesday, now face a lot of competition for starting striker spots with David Ngog, Craig Davies, Marvin Sordell, Beckford, and Tom Eaves, among others, all in contention.
There has been no word whether Bolton have accepted or denied the bid.