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James Henry eyeing up further League One success

2 September 2016

Winger wants to replicate title-winning campaign with Wolves at Macron Stadium

James Henry is targeting promotion after joining Bolton Wanderers on loan from Wolves.

The winger moved to Macron Stadium on Deadline Day from the West Midlands-based club, having previously won the League One title with Wolves in 2014.

Pleased with the opportunity to play under one of his boyhood heroes in the former of manager Phil Parkinson, Henry is looking to call on that past success as the Whites look to extend their unbeaten start to the season.

“I’m really happy to be here and getting the move done in time,” the wideman told bwfc.co.uk. “We’ve got Southend United this weekend and hopefully we can take all three points.

“I grew up watching him the gaffer when I was a young boy, he was a Reading player at the time. 

“I spoke to Lee Evans at Wolves and he was singing his praises. I’m really looking forward to working with him and can’t wait to get started now.”

Henry continued: “I also played with Chris (Taylor), Beevs (Mark Beevers) and Trotts (Liam Trotter) at Millwall, so hopefully that should make it a little bit easier to get settled in and hit the ground running.

“A few seasons ago I did really well in this league with Wolves and got promotion. Hopefully I can replicate that form and help Bolton go in the same direction.”


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