Bolton Wanderers midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker feels they can get three points at Stoke City.

Owen Coyle's side have performed better away from home this season and Reo-Coker admits that playing the last game at the Britannia Stadium might be an advantage.

"Maybe for some players," said the 27-year-old midfielder. "We've performed really well away from home. I can't see why we can't go and continue the same performance like we have been doing.

"We know what we have to do. We have to get our job done and not focus on anything else. We knew we needed two results from these last two games, and there's no reason why we can't go to Stoke and win.

"But that's been the story of our season. We like to do it the hard way and when it has come to the crunch we've always managed to do it."