Bolton midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker is desperate to return to action as the club look to end their poor start to the season.
The Trotters are enduring their worst start to a season in over a century, and that came after the weekend's 5-1 thrashing to Chelsea.
With the international break Bolton cannot put things straight until their derby clash with Wigan next week.
But Reo-Coker says everyone at the club is desperate to turn things around. He told the club's website: "Obviously we want to be playing games, especially after a couple of disappointing results.
"We are all already looking forward to playing Wigan because we know it is a big game for us. We've had a tough spell and we want to put that right.
"But if you look at the Premier League and how tight and competitive it is then a couple of good results can elevate you up the table, which is what our aim is."