Bolton Wanderers reshaped their squad in the January transfer window to make it more fit for purpose to challenge at the summit of League One in the future.
Players went out of the door. Eoin Doyle, who had fired the goals to see Wanderers earn promotion out of League Two, returned home to his native Ireland to play for St Patrick's Athletic, combining it with a scouting role for his former employers to eye the best talent in the Irish top flight.
Former skipper Antoni Sarcevic had already departed the club towards the end of October. He made a shock move to Stockport County which has been a success after the Hatters were promoted back to the EFL after an absence of more than 10 years. READ MORE:Bolton defender highlights area for improvement in 'massive' learning curve at Wanderers Both left gaps in the squad which required filling and Wanderers did just that in January.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk