IAN Evatt is hoping to see more goals from Wanderers like the one scored by Peter Kioso to seal three points at Scunthorpe.

A slick move saw the Luton loanee feed Nathan Delfouneso with the frontman beating two men impressively before returning the ball to Kioso to fire home just before the hour mark.

It is a the kind of flowing attacking play that Evatt promised on his arrival from Barrow in the summer and he believes given the talents at his disposal it is the type of goal Bolton fans will hopefully get used to in the weeks and months to come.

“You’ve seen flashes of that,” Evatt said after his side’s fourth straight victory in all competitions.

“You’ve seen flashes of our counter-attacks and the speed at which we can attack and get numbers forward quickly.

“I mentioned Leeds United on Saturday (after the win over Stevenage) and it’s something that we look at, how many bodies they get forward and being relentless with your runs.

“With the pace and forward running power we have in the team we should be doing that more often.

“It’s great to see a wing back getting in the box and scoring a goal.”

Kioso’s second goal for the Whites also showed his manager that the weeks of work being done in preparation for games at Lostock are starting to really sink in.

“That’s what we work on in training,” Evatt added.

“That relentlessness, those passing patterns, attacking with numbers, attacking with pace.

“That’s starting to come to fruition, we saw it on Saturday and we saw it again tonight.

“You have to be relentless and have that attitude whether it’s 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, you have to play the same way and still have that hunger and desire to keep going and going and I think we’re getting that now.”