Bolton defender Peter Kioso believes the Trotters are the best side in League Two on their day and believes things are starting to gel on the pitch with consistency starting to shine through in their performances.

Wanderers won their third League Two game on the bounce last night when they triumphed on the road with a 1-0 victory against Scunthorpe United.

Kioso himself scored his second goal for the club against the Iron at Glanford Park which proved to be the winner.

Nathan Delfouneso went past two Iron defenders before finding a free Kioso who slotted home to claim three points for the Trotters.

And Kioso revealed Wanderers head coach Ian Evatt has recently spoken to the Luton Town loanee over getting on the scoresheet more often, as the wing-back paid tribute to the work done by Delfouneso in the build-up.

He said: "I was making a joke inside to a couple of the boys and the gaffer because yesterday after training the gaffer sat me down and had a little conversation about what he wants from me and he said ‘I’m not getting enough goals’.

"I said to him ‘there, that’s the best way for me to show you that I want to get some more goals’.

"I was very happy with the goal but let’s not take away from the build-up that I wasn’t even involved in.

"I won the ball back but after that it’s all Del. He takes two players out of the game and sets me up and after that it’s up to me to make sure I finish it off and thankfully I finished it off."

Bolton have won their last three games in the division with victories over Salford City and Stevenage before securing three points over the Iron last night.

In all competitions, they have won their last four games in succession.

Kioso believes things are starting to gel for the Trotters and feels that, on their day, there is no better team than Bolton in the fourth tier of English football.

He said: "Everything’s starting to gel now.

"From the first day that I came in I always had in my head that we’re a great team, honestly.

"On our day I honestly believe that we’re the best team in the league, on our day. It’s just about making sure we’re consistent and that’s what we’re starting to see now and the results are coming.

"For me the goal was good but the best feeling for me was getting in that changing room knowing that we didn’t concede.

"Knowing how well the boys defended, how we worked out of possession, that’s for the gaffer and the staff putting in so much work to make sure we do everything we need to do."

Kioso was brought in towards the end of a busy summer transfer window at the Trotters as Evatt acquired more than 20 new players for a new look Wanderers squad.

He has spoken of the trust Evatt has in him and why he was brought to the University of Bolton Stadium has made him not want to let either the Trotters boss or his team-mates down.

He said: "As a player the best thing you can have is a manager trusting in you.

"The first conversation we had he said ‘look, I trust you and that’s why I brought you in’.

"To hear that, as a player you don’t want to disappoint your gaffer and I want to make sure I put in the best performances I can every week because he depends on me and he’s expecting me to make sure that I’m playing well every week.

"I’m trying to work as hard as I possibly can, not just for the team but so I don’t let the gaffer down that’s the most important thing.

"They’re hard sessions but they’re always enjoyable.

"Most footballers don’t really look forward to the really, really hard sessions his are made fun. You’re always looking forward to every training session the gaffer, as well as getting your work out of it, wants to make sure, you enjoy it.

"That’s why you should be playing, to enjoy it, be happy. That’s what the gaffer is trying to reiterate with us, to enjoy every day and be happy."

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is poised to announce which areas will be in each tier system when a lockdown in England comes to an end on December 2.

Depending on which tier an area where a club is based is in, fans could be allowed to return on a limited basis in the lower risk areas.

Kioso has had his say on playing without fans and hopes they will be able to return to the UniBol, which will increase the fear factor for opposition teams in his view.

He said: "It’s a little bit different.

"Away from home, for example here, you have the fans calling you ‘rubbish’ and things like that.

"I miss that and when you’re playing at home teams are coming to your home pitch and they’re afraid because of the atmosphere you have.

"I know for definite back at home at Bolton the fans would be electric and teams would be fearful of coming to our stadium.

"Obviously it’s unfortunate but we did get the news that it will be happening shortly so hopefully when the fans come I know that they are going to bring the energy we need off the pitch."