The former Blackburn Rovers defender Stephen Warnock has said that he is extremely positive that Bolton Wanderers will be able to maintain their five match unbeaten run when they visit Ewood Park on Wednesday.
The club has been in an extremely good run of form is the arrival of the new manager Dougie Freedman. As a result of this good run of form, they have managed to climb up the table from the relegation places into the 18th position. Stephen Warnock has said that the response in the dressing room to the arrival of Freedman has been extremely positive.
As a result, players will be going into the Blackburn match with a great amount of confidence especially after the recent run of results. The 30-year-old has said that the club did not have any luck at the start of the season. He has attributed to the numerous penalties and decisions that have gone against them during the early part of the campaign, but the former England defender hopes that they will be able to put them behind. The former Liverpool striker David Ngog scored the only goal from Bolton in the match against Brighton during the weekend to give them at least a point from the match. Freedman said after the match that Bolton were lucky to come away with a point from the match.
“The response in the dressing room was great, so you go into the game against Blackburn with a positive attitude. We’ve come in on a high after getting that result and you go into the game looking forward to it a bit more. It will be nice to go back and see a few old faces, but the club has changed a lot. It’s always nice to go back to your former clubs and especially the ones you enjoyed being at,” said Warnock.