Bolton: Mark Davies among trio released by Championship-bound Wanderers

Mark Davies
Mark Davies joined Bolton in 2009 for an undisclosed fee and played more than 200 games

Bolton Wanderers have released Mark Davies, Dean Moxey and Laurie Wilson after promotion to the Championship.

Davies, 29, joined the Trotters in 2009 when they were in the Premier League, netting 16 goals in 208 games since, and will continue to receive treatment for a cruciate ligament injury.

Versatile Moxey, 31, scored twice in 82 games in three years at the club.

Ex-Stevenage and Charlton defender Wilson, 29, departs with two goals in 39 matches for Wanderers.

Loanees Adam Le Fondre, Andrew Taylor, Chris Long, James Henry, Tom Thorpe and Viv Solomon-Otabor have all returned to their parent clubs.

Wanderers said in a statement negotiations continue with the out-of-contract players they are keen to retain.