English League One side Bolton Wanderers is set to hand a new contract to Ghanaian striker Joe Dodoo as they head to the English fourth-tier.
The 24-year-old who joined the Trotters last year will pen a one-year deal following his exploits this season.
Dodoo made 27 league appearances for Bolton, scored four goals and registered four assists.
According to reports in England, the former Rangers forward is one of the trusted players of manager Keith John Hill and the club wants to keep him as they eye early return to the League One.
He has previously played Leicester City, Bury, Rangers, Charlton Athletic and Blackpool.
Born in Ghana and living in England from the age of eight, Dodoo is eligible to represent either Ghana or England at the international level.
He has played once for England at under-18 level in 2013.