WANDERERS have confirmed they will release Mark Davies, Lawrie Wilson and Dean Moxey at the end of their current contract.

Following last week’s announcement that Liam Trotter, Reece Wabara, Will Jaaskelainen, Lewis Buxton and Tom Walker will make way this summer – the club has now brought the total number of released players to eight as they enter into the Championship.

Davies was the longest-serving member of the senior squad and has made 208 appearances for the Whites, scoring 16 goals.

Signed from Wolves in 2009 for £1million, the midfielder suffered a host of injury problems during his time at Bolton and will continue to be treated at the club for a serious knee injury sustained in August.

Wilson signed in 2015 and made a total of 39 appearances, scoring two goals, but saw his season ended by a hamstring injury.

Moxey, who arrived from Crystal Palace in 2014, featured in 82 games for Wanderers and also found the back of the net on two occasions.

Phil Parkinson said: “I would like to place on record the club’s gratitude to Lawrie, Dean and Mark for their service to Bolton Wanderers Football Club.

“Everybody at the club wishes them well for the future.”

Wanderers have also confirmed loan players Adam Le Fondre, Andrew Taylor, Chris Long, James Henry, Tom Thorpe and Viv Solomon-Otabor have returned to their parent clubs.

Le Fondre, Taylor, Thorpe and Henry are also out of contract this summer.