Skipper Davies reckons he will stay with demoted Bolton

Bolton captain Kevin Davies believes he will still be at the club next season after the nightmare of relegation from the Premier League after 11 years.

Bolton captain Kevin Davies believes he will still be at the club next season after the nightmare of relegation from the Premier League after 11 years.

The 35 year old is out of contract in the summer and suggests he will remain at the Reebok despite his side's fall into the Championship.

"After 38 games we find ourselves in the bottom three so we have to take responsibility for that. It's difficult to take, you just want to go and bury your head somewhere."

"We find ourselves in the Championship and that's a new challenge for the club," Davies added.

"Obviously the club have got a number of decisions to make on a number of players but we'll rebuild and get a good squad together, and hopefully that will be a good enough squad to get us back up.

"It's in the hands of the manager, the chairman and the owner. I thought this day wouldn't come so it's over to them now. Certain targets may change now. There's no doubt the Championship is a difficult league to get out of.

"The club will back those announcements and decisions, some players may have made their decisions already.

"I don't want to talk about it too much really but I'm pretty sure I'll be here next year."

 

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