Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle is delighted with the progress of David Ngog.

Coyle reckons there is more to come from the Parisian front man now that he has found a place to call home.

He told the Bolton News: "David had nothing to prove to me because I brought him to this club and believed in the quality he had, but - as I said when I brought Daniel Sturridge here on loan from Chelsea - there is no shame in not getting in a Liverpool side ahead of someone like Fernando Torres.

"People forget how young he is, but when I talked to him I said I could give him a game. Now over the last four or five weeks I think we've got him into the best shape he's been in, probably in his career. When you are not starting every week then you can have a feeling that you are not really a part of it - but he knows he is a big part of it here."