Fulton, 23, is the son of former Wanderers player Steve Fulton, and was actually born in Bolton during his dad’s brief spell at Burnden Park.
Comfortable playing in defensive midfield and sometimes on the right hand side, Fulton began his career with Falkirk north of the border, before leaving to join Swansea in 2014.
Fulton played 107 times for Falkirk, scoring 9 times.
So far, Jay Fulton has played nearly 30 times for Swansea, with his most recent outing coming in the Carabao Cup against MK Dons, which Swansea won 4-1.
Obviously, this move depends on whether the EFL will increase Wanderers’ squad size. And with moves for Chungy, Craig Noone and Jeff Reine-Adelaide being mooted, it’s like it is going to be another busy day for Bolton Wanderers on Deadline Day.