Character will see us through - Coyle
Owen Coyle says Bolton have enough character in the dressing room to steer them to safety following the win at Aston Villa.
Following a run that had seen Bolton pick up just one point from a possible nine, many pundits and tabloids had written the Trotters off, but they came bouncing back with a crucial 2-1 win at Villa on Tuesday night.
Wanderers were also trailing in the game but showed fantastic spirit to fight back and Coyle says that kind of attitude will see them right over the final four games of the season.
Bolton are now just a point behind QPR and Wigan with a game in hand and although there is still lots of hard work to be done, Coyle is backing his players to come through.
"People keep writing my lads off, and I say 'carry on doing it' because I know what we have got in that dressing room," he said. "We have got four cup finals left but we always knew we were masters of our own destiny, which is good.
"There's still a lot of hard work to be done but there's so much character in this squad."
Next up is a trip to Sunderland this weekend and Coyle would be delighted if they could take at least a point from the game to keep the pressure on the teams above.