A man who was recently voted as the club’s Player of the Year, the 2013/14 campaign was certainly one to remember for Tim Ream.
Heading into his second full season as a Bolton player last August, the American had found his opportunities limited since his arrival from the New York Red Bulls in January 2012 with 32 appearances to his name in the white of Wanderers.
A statistic which he eclipsed and more during the course of last season, Ream turned out for Wanderers on no less than 45 occasions and helped secure 12 clean sheets in the process.
A seasoned central defender, the 26-year-old found a second home in the left-back position following an injury to Marc Tierney early on in the campaign – a role which he went on to make his own.
With his performances scooping him the club’s prestigious annual accolade, Ream was also honoured by the Bolton Wanderers Supporters Association in the final weeks of the season.
Minutes played: 4,050
Clean sheets: 12