Bolton Wanderers midfielder Chris Eagles has insisted that everyone at the club will "stick together" as speculation intensifies over Owen Coyle's future as manager.
Bolton have only picked up seven points from six Championship matches this season, which has resulted in speculation that Coyle may be sacked as manager of the club. However, Eagles has insisted that the club are only a couple of wins away from climbing the league table.
Eagles told BBC Radio Manchester: "It's difficult for managers because they've got to take the responsibility of being the manager of the club, but we're a team and we stick together.
"If we get two or three wins on the bounce, we'll be in the top two or three."
Bolton travel to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.