WANDERERS have reached an “amicable agreement” to end the pay row which has blighted their pre-season preparations.

A statement issued by the club tonight confirmed common ground had been reached between the players and Ken Anderson.

Players have been told they will be paid overdue bonuses by the end of this week and Wanderers have confirmed they will review their communications policy, which was heavily criticised in the 11 days since industrial action prompted the cancellation of a friendly against St Mirren.

The PFA has also acted as an intermediary in the interim – and Bolton’s squad has also accepted the problems they caused the club’s fans with the late postponement.

The statement read: “Both parties have reached an amicable agreement to resolve this situation.

“The players regret their disruption their actions have caused the club and its travelling supporters, and are continuing their preparations for the new season.

“The club on its part is also looking to review its lines of communication to help avoid this happening again.

“With excellent progress being made over the last two seasons the club and players will continue working together, on and off the pitch, to ensure a common drive and determination for success.”

Anderson also released a personal statement, adding that: “I’m pleased to say an agreement has been reached with all parties.”

The Wanderers chairman also claims a six-figure bid has been made for a striker, as yet un-named.

Sunderland lodged an offer of £600,000 for Bradford City’s Charlie Wyke – the 25-year-old believed to be at the top of Parkinson’s shortlist – on Monday.

It is also understood Wanderers were initially quoted £1million to sign the former Carlisle United man.

Sources in South London also claim Wanderers maintain an interest in Charlton Athletic’s Josh Magennis, the Northern Ireland international.

Parkinson tried to sign the 27-year-old for £500,000 in January after losing Gary Madine to Cardiff City.