Wanderers will play their penultimate game at the Reebok Stadium against the Teesside outfit, with the target eight home league wins on the spin for Dougie Freedman’s men.
The Sierra Leone international remains unbeaten at the Reebok Stadium in the league following his arrival in January from Partizan Belgrade, and urges the home crowd to continue their fantastic support on Saturday.
“It has been a good playing in front of our supporters,” admitted Bolton’s number 44. “They are loud and their backing has been good.
“You can hear the encouragement that they give and for a player it can have a big impact.
“The Reebok is a great stadium and when the home support start singing the atmosphere is one of the best I have experienced.
"It can make a difference when we are under pressure or pushing forward it can give is the edge to go on and win games.
"We have shown we are a good side with quality and we are prepared to fight for each other and the team. The spirit is strong and we have developed a toughness too.
“The manager has very high standards and makes sure every minute in training has a purpose.
“We have prepared well for Saturday, we know Middlesbrough are a good team and we expect a very competitive game, but we also know that we have
won the last seven games at home and we have a responsibility to our fans to make it eight.”
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