Ex-Rangers youngster Wylde looking forward after frustrating start with Bolton

Gregg Wylde will remain positive this summer despite experiencing a very frustrating beginning to career with Bolton.

Gregg Wylde will remain positive this summer despite experiencing a very frustrating beginning to career with Bolton.

The 21-year old winger joined the Trotters from Rangers in March after he had his Ibrox contract mutually terminated because of the financial and administration situation the Glasgow club found itself in.

Wylde began the season signing a five-year deal with ‘Gers but ended it not being able to make an appearance with relegated Bolton because FIFA would not put through his clearance but he is not about to let that bring him down.

“It was disappointing to never get a chance to play a game in the Premier League,” he told SunSport.

“I was waiting every day to get clearance from FIFA to play. Guys like Chris Eagles and Nigel Reo-Coker kept asking if it was through yet and all I could tell them was no. It was frustrating.

“It would have been hard to get a game when you think of the players in the team.

“Maybe for me, personally, relegation will give me a better chance to get in the team.

“The manager has let a lot of players go so maybe that opens the door for me and gives me the chance to shine.

“Hopefully I can do that and help the club get straight back up.”

 
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