Bolton's Owen Coyle has been named Barclays Manager of the Month for March after a string of impressive results in a difficult month for the club.
Bolton won three consecutive Premier League games in March, the victories coming either side of midfielder Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest.
Muamba collapsed during the FA Cup quarter-final at Tottenham on 17 March.
"We have moved in the right direction and we have to keep it going," Coyle told the club's official website.
"We would like to win the award again for April because it would mean we are continuing to progress.
"We have given ourselves a platform and now have an opportunity to go and win the matches and points that will see us remain in the Premier League."
Muamba, 23, was technically "dead" for 78 minutes after collapsing at White Hart Lane.
Bolton's game at Aston Villa, originally scheduled for 20 March, was postponed as a result but Muamba has made progress and posted a picture from his hospital room on Twitter last week.
Coyle, 45, left Burnley for the Reebok Stadium in January 2010 and after keeping Bolton up in his first season, took them to an FA Cup semi-final last year, where they were beaten 5-0 by Stoke.
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