CONNOR Hall has been told he will be sent out on loan once Wanderers have added to their strikeforce.

Several clubs in League One and Two have enquired about taking the 21-year-old but Phil Parkinson wants to keep him at hand for at least another week.

Wanderers have three league games in eight days and are looking to sign at least one more striker on loan, at which point they will choose his destination.

“We’ve said all along we want Connor to go and get some experience but right at this moment we’ll have to keep him,” said the Wanderers boss.

Ken Anderson is also keen to get Hall some regular game-time, with the Bolton chairman wary of allowing players to stagnate in the void between Under-23s and first team.

“There is a big difference in standard,” he said. “But I don’t think it’s healthy for young players to be getting 10 minutes here, 15 there. It isn’t good for their development.

“If they are not quite ready to be first team starters then I think loan football is a good option. You only have to look at players like Harry Kane or even Jack Wilshere to see the benefits of going out on loan and continuing to learn the game.”