Bolton Wanderers have extended the loan of Manchester United keeper Ben Amos by a further month.
The 24-year-old had originally been signed on a one-month deal by Bolton boss Neil Lennon in January following an injury to Adam Bogdan.
Amos had to wait for his chance in the first-team and was brought on for the injured Andy Lonergan in Bolton’s 4-1 defeat at the hands of Nottingham Forest earlier this month.
The youngster has started both of Bolton’s games since then and has done enough to earn himself a further spell at the club.
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Against Brighton & Hove Albion at the end of February, Bolton were indebted to Amos as he made a string of fine saves in a 1-0 victory and with his opportunities at Man United limited, it is good to see Amos given a chance to impress at another club.