FRENCH striker Sebastien Le Toux could make up a trio of American imports at the Reebok if he impresses on trial with Wanderers.

The 28-year-old Philadelphia Union man, who was named in the MLS all- star team of 2010, arrived at Bolton’s Euxton training camp yesterday and will spend a week with the Whites.

Owen Coyle, who has already tapped into the rich seam of talent in the MLS by signing former Houston Dynamo midfielder Stuart Holden and is on the verge of adding New York Red Bulls central defender Tim Ream to his ranks, had strong contacts in America, who have recommended Le Toux.

“I’ve had some decent reports on him,” the Wanderers boss said. “He’s very industrious, hard working and looks a very good team player, which is what I’m all about.

“But we obviously have to make an assessment and a judgment as to whether that transmits to the level we're involved at. And that's all we are doing, there’s nothing any further advanced than that.”

Unlike Ream, if Le Toux did come up to scratch, he would not need a work permit to play for Wanderers. Born in France, where he played for Lorient before joining Philadelphia in 2007, he is an EU passport holder.