Star striker Eoin Doyle will be leaving Swindon Town for Bolton, manager Richie Wellens believes. 

Speaking to BBC Wiltshire's Shaun Hodgetts during last night's virtual bus tour the manager announced Doyle has had a medical with Bolton and Town couldn't match the money being offered. 

He said: "I believe Doyle has had a medical at Bolton. I’m surprised they’ve not announced it.

“The amount of money Bolton are throwing around and a three-year deal for a player his age, we couldn’t get to that."

The outgoing player scored 25 goals for the club last season and had been offered a new contract to stay at Town.

Wellens added: “He’s been fantastic for the football club but we’re moving up a level. Last time Eoin Doyle played in League One he got relegated.

“He’s done great for us and we wish him well but when you get to his age and a three-year deal is put on your lap it’s very difficult to turn down.

“Brilliant lad, great professional and suited the way we played. He had done great for us as we did great for him.

“It’s a parting of ways and we wish him well.”