KLAIDI Lolos can’t wait for the chance to ‘level up’ his career with Wanderers.

After finishing last season in impressive form with Crawley Town, the 23-year-old is confident he can add something extra to a side that was one of only seven in the top four divisions to score more than 100 goals across all competitions.

Although he got his first taste of League One football as a teenager at Plymouth, Lolos says proving himself with Bolton is the biggest challenge he has yet faced.

And after spending a week on the training ground with his new team-mates in Portugal, he has been impressed by the standards thus far.

“From what I have seen in terms of intensity and comparing it to past experiences, this is a level ahead,” he said. “It’s good for me, it is what I wanted, And I’m not surprised it is the case.

“I came here to improve, and I can’t wait to get started, score goals, get assists, let the fans see what I’m about.

“I’d got into some good form by the end of last season, it was really enjoyable. I kept sneaking goals at the end of games, winners, and now I want to carry that on in new stripes.”

Lolos played in three different positions for Crawley last season and his versatility was one of the factors in Ian Evatt making him a priority target this summer.

The youngster is open to any role with Wanderers but has backed himself to make an impact when given the opportunity.

“I like to excite people, get them off their seats, get on the ball and take people on,” he said.

“I’ll take risks, shoot, assist, I like to get involved as much as possible, that’s how I see myself.

“I don’t have a preference where I play, so long as I’m out there, but I have mostly played as a nine. Crawley I tended to be up there alone as a single nine but I like playing alongside another player as a 10 too, linking midfield and the attacking line.

“Last year I played as an eight too, which I enjoyed. I don’t mind.”

Though Lolos is keeping his own goal targets under wraps for the time being, he is well aware that the expectation for Wanderers is to be competing at the top end of the table for promotion.

“We fell short over the last couple of years, even though they have been good ones for the club,” he added. “It’s about going a step further this year. Promotion is the goal now.”