Coyle cools Sturridge talk
Trotters boss hails Sunday's win over Toffees
By Elliot Ball - follow me on Twitter @ballell. Last Updated: February 14, 2011 8:00am
Coyle: Focussed on latest win
Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle cooled talk of securing Daniel Sturridge on a permanent deal.
"He lights the stadium up when he receives the ball because you think something exciting is going to happen"
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The Chelsea striker continued his fine start to his loan spell with the Trotters by netting his third goal in as many games in the 2-0 win over Everton.
The England Under-21 international has been linked with extending his stay at the Reebok Stadium after the Blues splashed £50million on Fernando Torres' on transfer deadline day.
But Coyle insists any conversation on Sturridge's future will be left until the summer.
"That's a discussion for May," the Wanderers chief told Sky Sports HD1. "Chelsea certainly have some of the world's finest strikers and Daniel, I believe, can really push himself into that category if he continues to develop.
"He looks as if he's enjoying himself when he's playing. He lights the stadium up when he receives the ball because you think something exciting is going to happen."
Coyle was thrilled to pick up three points today, adding: "We knew we would have to be at a very high intensity to stop them playing because of their quality, and I felt we did that.
"Having done that, we moved the ball very well ourselves.
"I thought it was a terrific advertisement for the Barclays Premier League and I'm delighted to get the three points."