Bolton Wanderers' season only ended two-and-a-half weeks ago and yet it feels like an eternity since the Trotters took the field against Blackpool and narrowly missed out on on the Championship Play-offs. With the 2012/13 campaign completely finished for Bolton, that means the summer is now upon Wanderers and with it, transfer rumors (which we've already had plenty of) and international involvement.
For most of the Whites squad, it is all quiet on the worldwide stage as the players are either not in the picture for their respective national teams or the squads have not yet been announced. We know of one Wanderer involved for sure: Stu Holden, who was selected by Jurgen Klinsmann for the United States Men's National Team's summer camp.
Holden, who has still not officially signed a contract extension with Bolton Wanderers (despite it having been "agreed" upon) , is not taking any time off this summer. In fact, he is currently training in Houston with the Dynamo, of MLS, before Klinsmann's camp officially opens next week.
In a video interview with Comcast Sportsnet Houston, Stu discussed his homecoming, his United States Men's National Team involvement, contact with Klinsmann, and what it was like playing in the Championship.