Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden is confident they will be able to cope without centre-back Gary Cahill.
The England international misses the next three matches, starting with former club Aston Villa, aftwr his sending-off against Arsenal last week.
However, Holden believes Wanderers have enough in reserve to adjust.
"Gaz has been a big player for us and is obviously an important part of the defence but whoever comes in has got a lot of experience and has played a lot of games in the top flight," he told The Bolton News.
"That's the way football goes because you have got to shrug off the setbacks.
"We have got to make sure we really dig deep and show how strong our squad is."