Don't forget to pick up your copy of The Wanderer ahead of this weekend's Sky Bet Championship clash against Brentford at Macron Stadium.
Priced at £3 for 84 pages of exclusive content, this Saturday's edition features an in-depth interview with midfielder Josh Cullen and a pull-out poster of our No.16.
A product of West Ham United’s youth set-up, the Republic of Ireland youth international arrived at Macron Stadium having figured prominently for Bradford in recent seasons, even helping the Bantams to qualify for the Sky Bet League One play-offs in consecutive years.
Joining Wanderers meanwhile alongside fellow Hammers academy graduate Reece Burke on August 1, the 21-year-old midfielder has proven himself a key figure for Phil Parkinson’s men so far this term.
And ahead of the Whites' Sky Bet Championship clash with Brentford this weekend, Cullen sat down for an exclusive chat with the club's matchday programme to reflect upon his career to date, his long-standing friendship with our No.32 and his hopes for a season to remember with the Trotters.
"I feel like I’ve settled in well since joining the club," said the midfielder. "Everyone around the club has been great to me and that makes life so much easier when you move to a new team.
"Obviously we haven’t got off to the start that we would have liked to, but we’re a strong group, we’ll stick together and we’re confident that we’ll start to climb the table soon.
"The majority of teams will have a tricky period throughout the course of the season and it’s just so happened that ours has happened at the start.
"Hopefully though, we can turn that around sooner rather than later and kick on."
Alongside Cullen's interview, we've also got an extensive look at our visitors from Griffin Park.
With player profiles on their key men and a full roll call for Dean Smith's men, there's also 'We've Met Before', 'One Of Each' and 'The Other Side Of The Fence' amongst various other features to ensure that you're clued up about our London counterparts.
On This Day
September 23 is certainly an important day in the history of Bolton Wanderers, with our very first goal at our current home being scored on this date in 1997.
And that fixture is highlighted in our special feature 'On This Day', with Alan Thompson's penalty kick against Tottenham Hotspur brought to life once again.
All this, plus much more including the usual columns from the manager, captain and chairman plus updates from our Under-18s, 23s and Ladies sides is waiting for you inside this weekend's edition.
Sellers will be situated both inside and outside Macron Stadium ahead of the game.