HITC Sport speaks to Bolton Wanderers fan Will Gregory, who has been a supporter for 23 years.
Bolton Wanderers' Keshi Anderson celebrates scoring the first goal with team mates
Q: What have you made of your team’s start to the season?
A: Fantastic season. Delighted to be heading back to the Championship.
Q: What are your opinions on your manager?
A: A bit one-dimensional at times. Has one game plan and he sticks to it. But I can't complain about promotion. Needs to adapt to the Championship quickly next season though.
Bolton Wanderers manager Phil Parkinson
Q: What are your views on the board?
A: Big fan of them. They have the club at heart, I think.
Q: Who is your favourite current player?
A: David Wheater.
Q: Who is your favourite ever player?
A: Jay-Jay Okocha.
Jay-Jay Okocha in action for Bolton Wandereres
Q: What has been your best memory of the club?
A: European football under Sam Allardyce.
Q: What has been your most disappointing moment?
A: Relegation to League One, without a doubt.
Q: What has been your most shocking moment?
A: Selling Anelka was a big turning point for us. I thought the club was going places but we just sold up. Hiring Gary Megson was also a shocker.
Nicolas Anelka (L) celebrates scoring the first goal for Bolton Wanderers with Ricardo Gardner
Q: Describe the best goal you ever saw at your club’s home ground
A: Any of Okocha's wonder goals.
Q: Which ground is your favourite away day?
A: Brammal Lane was a great away day this year (Sheffield United).
General view of Bramall Lane stadium
Q: Who do you consider to be the club’s biggest rival and why?
A: Blackburn Rovers for me though Bury are up there too.
Q: Who do you feel has been the club’s best and worst summer signing?
A: Best has been Beevers, worst probably Chris Taylor.
Q: Who is your one player to watch out for this season?
A: Josh Vela - excellent player.
Bolton Wanderers' Josh Vela hits the post
Q: Is there a particular youth player that excites you, and why?
A: Alex Samizadeh.
Q: Where do you think the club will look to strengthen in the summer?
A: All over the shop for me. We'll need a proven goalscorer to survive in the Championship, for sure.
Q: Finally do you think your club will finish next season?
A: I think we'll stay up in the Championship...narrowly!
Bolton Wanderers' David Wheater in action with Southend United's David Mooney
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