Bolton manager Owen Coyle is confident that his side will soon end their run of bad form and start climbing the Premier League table.
The Trotters have suffered five straight defeats and sit bottom of the league with just three points from their opening six games.
Despite this alarming run, Coyle insists that a positive result is not far away.
"What I do know is that a win is just round the corner," Coyle told the Bolton News.
"We've had big personnel missing with Gary Cahill, who has been ill, and Stuart Holden.
"They are quality players to bring back into the group and we will be a better team for it."
Bolton will hope to get back to winning ways when they host Chelsea at the Reebok on Sunday.