Owen Coyle says Fabrice Muamba is still making fantastic progress as the midfielder continues to recover from a cardiac arrest.
The 24-year-old was taken to hospital after his heart stopped during Bolton's abandoned FA Cup game with Tottenham on 18th February.
But he has made incredible progress since then and is hoping to leave the London hospital this week and return to the North West.
"He's doing well. My hope is that he comes back to have a great family life and anything on top of that will be a bonus," manger Owen Coyle told the Sun.
There has been speculation in recent days that Muamba could make a surprise return to training within a month, such has been his improvement.
"With his improvement there's always hope, but we don't get too far ahead of ourselves," Coyle added.
"Although we got an incredible lift from his improvement we still have to give it some balance."