Former Celtic boss Neil Lennon has refused to throw in the towel at Bolton despite their struggles, according to the Daily Record.
The Northern Irishman has seen his Trotters side drift four points from safety in England’s second tier, having taken over the side less than a year ago.
They have the lowest goals tally in the league, with only 10 strikes since the season began, despite having recently signed former Newcastle star Shola Ameobi.
A miserable run of results have meant the Wanderers have won just once in their last 15 league games, and have already lost seven games this season.
However, Lennon remains defiant.
‘I will never quit. People say about manager’s losing the dressing room but they have not to worry about losing me because I am here to fight it out.’
He previously had led the Bhoys to three SPL titles and two Scottish Cups north of the border, before taking over at the Macron Stadium in October 2014.
During his first season in charge, he staved off relegation after being appointed at the club when they were bottom of the league.