HITMAN Christian Doidge remains convinced there is enough in Wanderers’ squad to move out of danger.

Doidge, who joined from League Two side Forest Green Rovers in August, has a goal to his name in the second tier, finding the net late in the game to earn a draw at Rotherham United last month.

And, although that was Bolton’s only goal in the last seven matches, Doidge – who has started just two games so far – feels victories are in the pipeline.

“It’s been enjoyable here, it really has,” he told the club’s media channel. “Obviously it is a lot higher than I have ever played before and it has taken a little time to get up to speed, but the boys and the coaching staff have been very welcoming. I feel very comfortable now and I am ready to kick on and play football to help the team win some games. I think I have put in some good performances. I’ve started two games and I’ll admit my first wasn’t my best, but recently against Hull I thought I put a good shift in.

“Coming on and scoring against Rotherham gave me a massive boost, but I am now just trying to get on the pitch and do some good stuff that will aid the team.”

Doidge joined initially on loan from the Gloucestershire team, with the move to be made permanent for a seven-figure fee in January.

He left as the Greens’ record goalscorer with 56 in 99 appearances, and the fee for the transfer will be the biggest the club has ever received for a player.

Doidge’s goals helped Forest Green avoid relegation back to the National League last term and he is keen to replicate that in the Championship and help Wanderers stage another escape.

“I found out about the interest and immediately I wanted to move to such a great club,” he said. "I had opportunities in the past to move away from Forest Green, but this one really grabbed my attention.

“It was something I wanted to come up here for and be a part of.

“I couldn’t have got up here quick enough. The Championship has been very good to experience first-hand.

“Everybody will be saying this, but there are no easy games at all in this division.

“You have to be on your game in every fixture.”