Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has confirmed that Victor Adeboyejo is available for Saturday’s clash with Ipswich.

Adeboyejo has missed the last couple of games after picking up a hamstring issue during the 2-1 win against Port Vale.

The 25-year-old scored his first Bolton goal against the Valiants after joining from Burton during the January window.

Experienced striker Cameron Jerome is also back in contention following a spell on the sidelines due to a back problem.

Jerome hasn’t featured since the 1-0 defeat at Wycombe and had visited a chiropractor as part of his recovery.

George Johnston and MJ Williams are both also making progress, but Saturday’s fixture comes too soon for the duo.

Lloyd Isgrove got some minutes under his belt for the B Team in a behind-closed-doors friendly against a Sheffield Wednesday reserve side on Tuesday, while Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Jack Iredale are long-term absentees.

“We have 11 really big games to contend with, that is how I am viewing it,” said Evatt. “The next three games will be as big of a test as you can have – first, second and third in the table, which is a brilliant challenge to go and express ourselves.

“I have said it loads of times, but pressure is a privilege. If you would have asked every Bolton Wanderers fan at the start of the season about being in the play-offs by six points and being in a cup final at Wembley, I think we would have all snapped your hand off!

“Let’s just enjoy that we are in the mix at the business end of the season.”

After a demanding run of fixtures in recent weeks, the Whites have been able to spend more time on the training pitch over the past few days.

“I think we have had a really good week,” the manager added. “We have managed to reset, refresh and work on things in training.

“When you are playing the bigger teams – no disrespect to the other teams – but you have to respect them a little bit more and focus more than we usually would on some more out-of-possession detail.

“These teams can hurt you, and Ipswich can certainly hurt us on Saturday, but we feel we can hurt them as well. I think it is going to be a really good game.”