IAN Evatt has revealed how Wanderers kept themselves entertained in the build up to their win against Forest Green by watching a Bolton fan’s hilarious mock commentary.

The social media video, which has been viewed nearly 6,000 times since it was uploaded on Twitter last Friday by account @jonny_wanderer, describes the team’s previous victory against Walsall at the UniBol using a deadpan computerised robotic voice.

Wanderers’ players were given tongue-in-cheek nicknames such as “Grandad Gilks (Matt Gilks),” “Brickwall Rico (Ricardo Santos),” “Btec Okocha (Dapo Afolayan),” “Irish Genuis (Eoin Doyle)” or “Sexy Kieran (Kieran Lee) – and though the some of the language makes it unsuitable to print in a family newspaper, the clip proved a massive hit with the squad as the prepared for the televised game in Gloucestershire.

Evatt also gave a thumbs-up to a small number of Bolton fans who gathered on the surrounding hills at The New Lawn to get a glimpse of the action live.

“Bolton fans are everywhere, it’s a huge club,” he said after Saturday’s 1-0 win. “It’s a massive, massive club. It baffles me at times just how big.

“I think our iFollow numbers are huge in the grand scheme of things, and in comparison with other teams in the whole of the EFL – but also our fans make us laugh.

“Before the game I got sent a bit of a commentary from the Walsall game last week – it was like a robot - and the players loved it.

“I’m so glad to see the fans are in good spirits, the players are in good spirits and so we’ll go again on Monday.”

Wanderers maintained a 100 per cent record in the TV this season, having previously beaten Salford City back in November with the Sky Sports crew in attendance.

“It’s nice,” Evatt said. “We like the cameras. The camera doesn't like many of us but we like the cameras, so we’ll go again.”

While the whole nation got a glimpse of how Wanderers have improved their fortunes on Saturday, Evatt refuses to allow himself or his players start believing their own good press at the risk of losing focus.

“We have got momentum but that can change at the drop of a hat and we want to work really hard to avoid that,” he said. “Confidence takes weeks and months to build to its maximum and it goes overnight so we can’t rest on our laurels.

“We have to be confident, calm, composed but also keep our work ethic on the training pitch.”