Coyle calls for reaction
Owen Coyle has called on Bolton to achieve safety in their last two games after going down 4-1 at home to Tottenham.
Wanderers had a great chance to move out of the drop zone with just two games left but now have to do the business against West Brom and Stoke to ensure Premier League survival. Bolton were on top in the second half after Nigel Reo-Coker had cancelled out Luka Modric's first half strike but they were hit on the counter attack as a Rafael van der Vaart strike and a brace from Emmanuel Adebayor in quick succession, wrapped up the win. Coyle says Bolton shot themselves in the foot and they now have to pick themselves up for two crucial games, starting with West Brom at home on Sunday. ''We were more than right in it, we were the team on top, but my frustration is this was self-inflicted, as good as Tottenham are," Coyle revealed. "We shot ourselves in the foot. ''In a two-minute period we cost ourselves a game we could easily have won. 'But there are positives to take from the game, from going against a team playing for Champions League football. ''We made them look second best for periods of that game. 'It is not a nice feeling but it happens in football, particularly in the best league in the world. ''We have got to dust ourselves down. We have two huge games now to decide our own fate.''