Wanderers have made young attacker Trevon Bryan their third B Team signing of the summer.

Bryan follows Ben Andreucci and Charlie Hayes-Green, who have also joined Matt Craddock’s squad ahead of the new season.

The 18-year-old, who also spent time in Burnley’s youth ranks, is versatile and can operate in several roles across the frontline.

He scored a stunning free-kick in a friendly against Craddock's side last season at the Clarets' Barnfield Training Ground.

Bryan is excited to join the Whites and is hoping to take inspiration from Jamaican club legends such as Ricardo Gardner.

“Bolton has a rich history of amazing players who helped shaped football in England. Becoming part of the club is a privilege and I’m humbled to be here,” said the youngster.

“The history and the stadium are a massive pull for me as well as the size of the fan base. I know about the Jamaican players who have represented Bolton and that’s incredible for me. I want to follow suit.”

Bryan already feels at home with Wanderers and is eager to make an impact on the pitch this season.

“I like to get forward and create goals. I’m direct and skilful but ultimately, I work hard for my team-mates and the club,” he explained.

“I want to be someone who can impact the team both on and off the field in a positive way. The club has a rich history and my ambition it to create a legacy within that.

“The conversations I’ve had with the staff and coaches have been top class. Everyone is welcoming and I already get the sense of belonging here.”

The youngster added: “I learnt a lot at Burnley and I am thankful for my time there. I was challenged and I grew up as a person.

“Now I’m at Bolton, I want to continue to work hard and develop even further as a player and as a person.

“I’m just really looking forward to meeting the rest of players and getting down to work ahead of the season.”