KIERAN Lee will be back in the Wanderers side to face Wycombe at the UniBol on Tuesday night.

The midfielder now has a clean bill of health after missing the last two games with Covid.

Lee last featured for Bolton in 1-0 defeat against Accrington on December 11 and struggled to shake-off the after effects of the virus over the Christmas period.

Ian Evatt confirmed he would be back in the reckoning for Wycombe’s visit – and also delivered a positive update on Gethin Jones, who has now returned to full training after a fractured fibula.

Jones last played for Wanderers at Sheffield Wednesday in October but is in good condition, said the manager from his pre-match press conference.

“Thankfully they are all good,” he said of the squad. “Gethin has been back training and has looked really good, actually. He has surprised me with how quickly he came back and how good he looks in training.

“Obviously we have signed Marlon (Fossey) as well so that area of the pitch looks extremely strong all of a sudden.

“Kieran is back and he is huge for us. He is a big part of everything we do and he has come back thankfully all good to go, so he’ll be back involved tomorrow.”

Wanderers are without long-term absentees Andy Tutte (hamstring), Josh Sheehan (knee) and Lloyd Isgrove (hamstring).

Another player who won’t be featuring for Wanderers is Irish keeper David Odumosu, who has returned home after a short trial at Lostock.

The 20-year-old, who played for Drogheda, reportedly has other options in England but Evatt confirmed this morning that the club would not be pursuing a deal.

“He’s been on trial, but it’s not something we’re going to take up,” he added.