Last Updated: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 14:27
Bolton have secured the future of young stars Joe Riley and Michael O'Halloran after the duo penned three-and-a-half year deals.
The duo are set to have bright futures at the Reebok Stadium and Riley in particular has stood out when making seven appearances for the first team this season and only injuries have prevented him from figuring more.
The news comes hot on the heals of exciting midfielder Josh Vela also penning a new long-term deal and Coyle is excited about what the future holds for the trio.
The Trotters boss is keen to build a young exciting team at the Reebok and expects the trio to feature heavily in his future plans.
"I'm delighted to get the three young players on board," Coyle told the club's official website. "It follows on from what we have done in securing the signatures of Fabrice Muamba, Chung-Yong Lee and Mark Davies on long contracts, building for the future for the club.
"To secure these three, who are supremely talented and have tremendous potential, is very pleasing.
"They are the kind of players who have caught the eyes of other clubs, and it is right that they should, so it's important we made them Bolton Wanderers players for years to come."
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