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Bolton Boss Looking for Clayton to Improve

Think he's been doing alright, myself

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In conversation with the Bolton Evening News, Wanderers boss Neil Lennon has been discussing the current form of attacker Max Clayton, with a view to helping the former Crewe Alexandra man improve his game.

The 20-year old has been asked to play in an unfamiliar outside left position given Bolton Wanderers' paucity of choice in attacking options, and his manager believes that this may be a cause of his recent inconsistency.

Lennon said:

"Max is doing okay, he's another player who seems to get better as the game goes on,"

He continued:

"He's a little bit too eager at times, which is the exuberance of youth I suppose."

"Josh Vela is similar. He's playing out of position and both are doing a very fine job for us."

The manager then went on to say:

"The experience they are getting is fantastic for them and when you are in a winning team it breeds a lot of confidence."