FORMER Oxford City forward Klaidi Lolos has completed a move to Sky Bet League One side Bolton Wanderers.

The 23-year-old attacker left the Hoops last summer, to join Crawley Town in League Two, after bagging 16 goals in 36 games to help City secure promotion to Vanarama National League.

His time at Crawley was a huge success, firing 13 league goals as the Reds clinched promotion to League One after victory in the play-off final against Crewe Alexandra.

Lolos has now joined the Trotters, who were beaten by Oxford United in the League One play-off final, for an undisclosed fee and on a three-year deal.

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Bolton manager Ian Evatt told the club website: “He's a very talented boy. Physically he's really good, aggressive with and without the ball, and extremely technical.

“He will give us options in-game because he can play multiple positions really well. He is a creator, goalscorer, both footed and there’s also improvement to come. He’s a young player who’s had a journey that’s made him hungry.

“Last season was very successful for Crawley in general and Klaidi was very impressive in that, and we’ve worked very hard to make this happen.”