Guthrie open to Bolton move
Danny Guthrie is open to a permanent move to Bolton after an impressive start to his loan move. The player is considering a permanent swoop from his club, Liverpool where he is unlikely to get the opportunity to play regularly.
"A lot can happen between now and the end of the season, but I could see myself staying here," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"However, it's up to people above me to decide what happens.
"I'm sure Liverpool have been monitoring my progress but I haven't spoken to anyone.
"In terms of me staying, it is what the two clubs want to do and then it comes down to me." Meanwhile, Guthrie has revealed the chance to play against some of Europe's leading sides in the UEFA Cup has been the icing on the cake at Bolton.
"I came to Bolton to play regularly but it's a bonus to play against the likes of Atletico Madrid," he added, ahead of Thursday's last 32 tie with the Spanish giants.
"You can test yourself against different opposition and a different style of play.
"It's been a difficult season but I'm hoping it will end on a good note.
"I'm loving it now. When I first came I wasn't getting too much of a look-in but I'm involved on a regular basis now."