On Muamba's improving condition, he told BBC Sport: "Things are looking better, things are looking brighter and we continue to pray that he makes as good a recovery as he can."
Fantastic Muamba news delights Redknapp
Muamba was visited on Tuesday by Bolton team-mates Kevin Davies, Nigel Reo-Coker, Darren Pratley and Mark Davies, plus Spurs left-back Benoit Assou-Ekotto.
Ashley Cole and fellow former Arsenal colleagues Johan Djourou and Nicklas Bendtner (who both played alongside Muamba at Birmingham City) were among a number of Premier League stars who made the trip on Monday.
Muamba's fiancee, Shauna Magunda, the mother of his son, Joshua,
on Tuesday: "Your positivity, love and faith is helping Fabrice. For that I can only thank you all."
Bolton have said they expect the club's scheduled match against Blackburn Rovers to go ahead on Saturday, although a decision is expected on Wednesday.
The club's game against Aston Villa on Tuesday night was postponed, with no new date yet confirmed.
There is also no update about the abandoned FA Cup clash with Tottenham.
However, Spurs manager Harry Redknapp said any member of his squad "not in the right frame of mind to play" after Muamba's collapse at White Hart Lane would be allowed to sit out Wednesday's clash with Stoke City.
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