Coyle brought the Slovakian winger to the Reebok Stadium for the remainder of the season during the January transfer window.[LNB]Weiss was happy to move from Eastlands to their North-West neighbours as he felt he would receive more first-team opportunities than in City's star-studded squad.[LNB]And while the 20-year-old has been granted regular outings from the bench, he is craving more first XI opportunities for the Trotters.[LNB]He told Sport.sk: "I am playing more often than at City but it is never more than 30 minutes and for me it is important to be in the starting line-up because that was the reason why I wanted to leave Manchester City. [LNB]"I would like to appear in the starting XI at least six times but there is not much time left until the end of this season. [LNB]"On the other hand, Bolton is a Premier League club with a wide squad and I did not expect that I would have an easy way into the starting line-up. However, today I can say that I am disappointed.[LNB]"Maybe I expected a bit more from it. Well, what a shame that I'm not playing regularly again. I am trying to be patient but, maybe, I can't understand it yet. [LNB]"The coach promised me regular football but so far it has not been the case and soon I should have a chat with him about it to see what the future holds."[LNB]Slovakia have qualified for this summer's World Cup finals in South Africa and Weiss realises that a lack of action could cost him a spot in the squad.[LNB]He added: "I know that if I don't play, then I might possibly miss the World Cup, which would make me sad. [LNB]"Anyway, I am prepared to fight and do my best to appear in the starting XI for Bolton soon to deserve to travel to South Africa."[LNB][LNB] West Ham v Bolton. Click here to bet.