Bolton midfielder Karl Henry says he's expecting Saturday's clash with former club QPR to be "an interesting game".

The 34-year-old left Loftus Road over the summer after falling out of favour with Ian Holloway last season, and has quickly established himself as a key player for the Trotters.

Speaking to iFollow BWFC, Henry said: "It's going to be an interesting one.

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"They're a good side with a lot of good players there so it'll be another tough game. There's no easy games particularly at the bottom of the Championship so every game is a massive six-pointer, especially with those in the bottom half of the league so it's one we're looking forward to.

"In a way when you are down there you've got nothing to lose. We can't go any lower than we are so we can come out fighting, and from what I've seen we don't look like a team who are struggling.

"If you can do that against Sheffield Wednesday then the pressure will be on in other games, and that's fine with us. We want to get up the league as quickly as we can."