What a night it has been.
Bolton Wanderers have let Tom Walker and Conor Wilkinson depart on loan to Bury and Chesterfield respectively - and have brought in four players in the shape of James Henry (loan, Wolverhampton Wankfactory), Sammy Ameobi (loan, Newcastle United), Ben Alnwick (free, Peterborough United) and Keshi Anderson (loan, Crystal Palace).
But, as we know, books have to be balanced, and young forward Kaiyne Woolery has now officially left Bolton to join Wigan Athletic.
Wigan, who hoover up Bolton players much in the same way that your fat mother hoovers up biscuits, add the former Tamworth man to their ranks alongside Adam Le Fondre, Craig Davies, Andy Kellett, Samni Odelusi, Adam Bogdan and Jussi Jaaskelainen who can count Wanderers as their former club(s).
Woolery, who is quicker than funds leaving my account on payday, has only scored three goals for Bolton and showed some promise, but is very much a raw talent and whatever fee we received can only be weighed against this unquantifiable potential.
I trust the manager's judgement.
Good luck Kaiyne. You came, you saw, you dabbed and left.