Bolton Wanderers forward David Ngog has opened the door for a return to France with Bordeaux after talking up a move from the English Championship side to the Ligue 1. The 24 year old player joined the Reebok Stadium outfit in the summer of 2011 from Liverpool in a £ 4 million deal but he has so far failed to live up to expectations at the club and has scored just 11 goals in 64 league appearances for the club.

And now, the Frenchman has indicated that he is interested in quitting England and move back to his homeland in France with Bordeaux reportedly tracking the player since January, opening the door for the club to make a bid for the player. Ngog started his playing career in France with now cash rich Paris Saint Germain before English giants Liverpool signing the then 19 year old for a high fee.

However, after just 9 goals in 64 appearances for Liverpool in the league, the club offloaded David Ngog to Bolton Wanderers in the summer of 2011, the season in which they were relegated to the Championship. Speaking about the future, the player stated that he has a contract with the club till 2014. However, he went on to add that if the opportunity arises for the club to cash in on him and for him to play at the top level once again, it will be absolutely fantastic.

He went on to add that it would be fantastic for him and his career if he returns to France and Ligue 1. David Ngog went on to add that he has enjoyed his time in England thoroughly and he knows he can cut it at the top level once again and so a move back home to France interests him very much.