Blerim Dzemaili has revealed he is close to agreeing a summer switch to Bolton.
The Swiss international midfielder, who can also play in defence, has trained with Sam Allardyce's side recently and conducted contract talks.
If all goes to plan, Dzemaili will move to The Reebok Stadium from FC Zurich in the summer on a free transfer.
"I have been in talks with the British club's directors," Dzemaili told Albaniasoccer.com.
"They have expressed interest in me and have asked the club officials of FC Zurich for some information.
"In the next two or three days, I will be able to know more."
Talks over a two-year deal, with the option of the third year, are already at an advanced stage.
"We are on the last chapter of our talks and we are looking over all the details of the contract," the 20-year-old said.
"The possibility is for me to sign a two-year contract with the option for a third year, if things go well."
Dzemaili will not link up with Bolton until his contract at FC Zurich expires at the end of the current Swiss season.
He added: "I have agreed to play for FC Zurich in the championship and I will not break the agreement.
"If Bolton will be my future team, I will join the club next summer, after the league ends."