WANDERERS have confirmed a “major” new shirt sponsor deal with online firm Service My Car.

Agreeing a one-year deal with the firm, founded by Bolton-born Ozair Puda, the company logo will adorn first team shirts and media backdrops for the 2022/23 campaign.

Service My Car originated in Dubai and then expanded into Oman, and most recently, the UK, with a headquarters in Bolton.

Ozair Puda, Chief Executive Officer of Service My Car said: “We are happy and excited to see Service My Car on the Bolton Wanderers kit.

“The official kit partnership with Bolton Wanderers is a key milestone to enhance our brand awareness as we scale up our operations in Bolton and across the Northwest. Being from Bolton, it made sense to bring the kit sponsorship back home.”

Wanderers CEO Neil Hart added: “We’re delighted to enter into this substantial commercial partnership with Service My Car.

“Service My Car are a rising star in their field and we are thrilled and thankful to be working with them as they embark on their journey here in the UK.

“As custodians of our football club, Sharon Brittan and the whole Board were keen to secure a principal partnership with not only an ambitious and exciting company but one that also believes in Bolton Wanderers and is invested in the journey the club is on.

“With their roots in the town and with their own plans for growth in the future, the synergy between our organisations is unmistakable.

“I would like to thank and congratulate chief commercial officer Mike Pink and his team for securing this fantastic deal and also extend my gratitude to the Board for their unwavering support in recent months.

“We look forward to seeing how this relationship will evolve and to working closely with Service My Car throughout the 2022/23 season.”

The club ended an agreement with Liverpool-based Home Bargains at the end of the 2021/22 campaign.

Service My Car are the seventh different shirt sponsor since a long-term agreement with Reebok was ended in 2009.