Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle knows he's changing opinions of the club.
The wonderful team goal that Mark Davies finished off against Blackpool last November prompted Barcelonaâ€™s World Cup-winning defender Gerard Pique â€” formerly of Manchester United â€” to ask "whatâ€™s happened at Bolton?"
"Itâ€™s a transition," Coyle told the Daily Mail. "There was a perception of how Bolton played and we wanted to make sure we werenâ€™t one dimensional, replicating what was happening on the training pitch.
"We can still go early to a centre forward who is one of the best in the business (Davies). But what we showed when we brought in Jack Wilshere was that we werenâ€™t afraid of giving young talented players a platform.
"Young players like Jack have no fear. They have great desire to play but thereâ€™s no shame in not being in Arsenalâ€™s first team or for Daniel Sturridge being behind (Didier) Drogba, (Nicolas) Anelka or (Fernando) Torres. Clubs trust me to give their players the right education and in return they get a player who can handle the Premier League."