Club confirm the capture of 24-year-old forward on a free transfer
Bolton Wanderers have completed the signing of Jamie Proctor on a free transfer.
The forward, who finished last season on the books at Bradford City, reunites with manager Phil Parkinson after signing a two-year deal with the Whites.
The 24-year-old started his career with his boyhood club Preston North End, breaking into the Lilywhites side after a loan spell with Stockport County as they unsuccessfully fought against relegation from the Sky Bet Championship during the 2010/11 campaign.
Having signed for Premier League side Swansea City in August 2012, he was on the move again the following January as he joined Crawley Town after a brief loan spell with Shrewsbury Town.
Moving on to Fleetwood Town in June 2014, Proctor spent the second half of last season with Parkinson at Bradford City, starting 15 matches and scoring six goals including one on his debut and one in the Bantams’ play-off semi-final defeat to Millwall.
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