Bolton Wanderers have announced three new signings as they flex their muscles in the transfer window.
Bolton Wanderers Confirm Three New Signings
Trio of Arrivals
The Trotters have confirmed the signings of non-league players Mohammed Faal and George Thomason as well as a loan deal for Manchester United youngster Ethan Hamilton
Striker Faal joins on an 18-month deal having spent much of his career playing in the lower divisions of non-league football.
The 22-year-old will be out to prove he can cut it in the Football League.
Faal has scored 24 goals in 25 games for Enfield and will be hoping to take that form to Bolton.
Ethan Hamilton reunites with Keith Hill after they worked together at Rochdale.
The youngster spent the first half of the season at fellow League One strugglers Southend United.
He will be hoping to stake a claim for a regular place in the Bolton team with the Trotters looking to mount an unlikely survival charge.
He made 18 appearances scoring once for Southend.
The 18-year-old George Thomason completes the trio of arrivals, joining from non-league Longridge Town.
He has sparkled for them and clearly caught the eye of the Trotters.
He made 26 appearances for Longridge in the North West Counties Premier Division.
Thomason is a creative midfielder who is certainly hoping to make a name for himself in the Football League.
Bolton Addressing Key Areas Of The Pitch
Keith Hill has addressed three areas Bolton were lacking in.
A new striker to provide competition to Daryl Murphy and a new number ten which Bolton have lacked during the first half of the season.
Thomason will be hoping to bring all his creativity to the Bolton team; Keith Hill already knows what he is getting with Ethan Hamilton.
All three players could make their debuts this weekend when Bolton travel to Rochdale this weekend.