Wylde set to get nod
Bolton are hoping to get the all clear to play Gregg Wylde and the winger could be in contention to face Swansea this weekend.
The highly-rated winger signed a three-year deal with Wanderers after leaving crisis club Rangers on a free, but has been unable to pull on the white shirt as FIFA looked into the transfer.
Bolton were able to complete the move outside of the transfer window as the 20-year-old's contract was cancelled at Ibrox but FIFA wanted to make sure it was done by mutual consent.
Wanderers submitted all the paperwork weeks ago and have had to wait patiently for the move to be rubber stamped. That looks like happening before the end of the week and Wylde could be free to face Swansea this weekend.
Wylde, who was a target of Owen Coyle's last summer before he opted to stay with Rangers, is believed to have turned down interest from Aston Villa and Newcastle to join Bolton.
The winger has been training with his new team-mates since signing and is fit and raring to go should he be given the nod this weekend.