RICARDO Gardner has confirmed plans are in place for Wanderers to grant him a testimonial game.

The Jamaica international has discussed the idea on his official Twitter account, and it is understood an announcement could soon be made by the club.

Gardner was released this summer after 14 years at the Reebok and, because of a serious knee injury, has not played for the Whites since being sent off against Swansea in October.

Fans are hoping they will get a chance to say goodbye to the versatile player who made more than 400 appearances for four different Bolton managers.

Rumours have circulated that a possible scenario could include a legends game, similar to that played before Jussi Jaaskelainen’s charity benefit three years ago.

Gardner is currently considering his next move after spending the majority of last season on the sidelines. But the 33-year-old is confident, after seeing specialists in Amsterdam over the last few months, that he will make a comeback. He has even stated he intends to add to his considerable 109 international caps.

“Once I’m over my injury, which I think I’m overcoming now, and get fit again, I will be ready if called upon as I always love playing for my country,” he told the Jamaican press.