Victor Adeboyejo has only been at Wanderers for a matter of weeks but is already excited about the long-term project at the club.

The forward joined the Whites from Burton during the final days of the January window, putting pen to paper over a long-term contract.

He has already made a couple of starts and is confident the University of Bolton Stadium is the right place for him.

Adeboyejo told The Bolton News: “The week before (the move), it seemed like it was going to be Wigan.

“When I spoke to the manager and I spoke to the people at the club, and sort of what their goals and plans are, I just felt very welcomed.

“I was made to feel special in terms of the detail they had gone into – watching my clips and telling me things that I’m good at and what I need to work on, and just their goals and plans for the season.

“When you weigh that up, Wigan are doing well as well and pushing up the league but it just seemed right to come here and hopefully head up the right way.”

He added: “That is what you want as a player, to have that stability. Once you have that, it is just about focusing on yourself and focusing on the work.

“I feel like now I can get myself settled and hopefully do the right things to get myself and the team going up the right way.”

The 25-year-old couldn’t have imagined a better start to his Bolton career, having won all four matches he has been involved in.

But he isn’t getting carried away by recent results and is determined to keep putting in the hard yards as Wanderers aim to keep putting the pressure on the top two.

“Of course, you sort of admire from afar but when you come in and you see the way things are working and why the results are happening, you sort of see why it is somewhere you want to be and somewhere you want to push on with. It has been an amazing start,” Adeboyejo explained.

“We just have to focus on ourselves because at the end of the day, that is the only thing we can control.

“When we step across those white lines, we have to be ready to fight and work for each other. Everything after that is left in that hands of God really.

“That is what we are doing as a team, we are keeping our heads down, working and doing what we can.”

The striker has played alongside Dion Charles a couple of times since joining the Whites and believes it can become a successful partnership.

Adeboyejo said: “At the end of the day, the goal is to put the ball in the back of the net and we are going to have to work together to do that.

“Dion is having an amazing season and you can see why. He is a pest throughout the 90 minutes. You can see why he is getting his opportunities and getting goals, and however I can help with that I am going to come in and try to do that.”

He added: “It is always good to have not just the healthy competition within the training ground but also to have different characters and personalities.

“This is part of life – mixing with people, getting to know them, seeing how they think and how they have lived their lives, and obviously trying to learn from that as well.

“It is really nice having that sort of different range of people and personalities.”