Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has hinted he may look to make Ben Amos’ loan move from Manchester United permanent in the summer.
Amos has impressed under Lennon since getting a chance in the starting XI following an injury to Adam Bogdan.
However, Bogdan has since recovered from the injury meaning he could line up for the Trotters when they entertain Blackpool on Saturday.
Despite this, Lennon is keen on a move for Amos and suggested they could negotiate a deal for him at the end of the season.
Speaking about Amos, Lennon said: “You can see by Ben’s body language that he has enjoyed his time here and he’s done better than I could have hoped.
“He has certainly enhanced his reputation and the fact he’s out of contract as well, this has really put him in the shop window. I’m sure there will be potential suitors for him and we may be one of them.”
“Ben has certainly been beneficial for us. He has made us better, and I think it has worked for Ben too. So, it might be something we look at going forward.”
Amos has been a loyal servant to United and the keeper regularly speaks about the affinity he has with the club.
Unfortunately for him, he is never going to get a look in ahead of two world-class goalkeepers in the form of David de Gea and Victor Valdes. He seems to have found his feet at Bolton having earned plaudits for his performances at the Macron stadium.