Nolan, who hit 18 goals during Newcastle’s promotion season two years ago, opened his account for the Hammers with a fine volley and almost doubled his tally with a shot which hit the crossbar.”Kevin Nolan’s goal was outstanding and he will become more and more influential the more the lads get to know him as a player,” said Allardyce.”The demands he makes of them are the same he has on himself.”That’s why I made him captain. He is also here for his ability to score goals and he has started with the first one in the second game.”He is very unfortunate it wasn’t two with the best piece of skill in the game.”
Sheffield Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay has declared Daniel Pudil, Frederico Venancio and Sean Clare all fit enough to feature against Bolton.
Interim boss Matty Taylor could play himself when Swindon host Cheltenham in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday.
Ipswich will assess winger Muzzy Carayol ahead of the Sky Bet Championship match against Sheffield United.