Trotters must make matches pay - Steinsson
Gretar Steinsson knows Bolton must make the most of their games in hand if they are to stay up, starting against Aston Villa.
The Trotters managed a point against Swansea at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday but QPR's victory over Tottenham left Owen Coyle's side four points adrift of safety.
Bolton's hopes of getting out of trouble rest largely on the fact they have 15 points to play for while most of their rivals only have three games left.
Right-back Steinsson told Press Association Sport: "There's a lot of pressure because if you concede goals the plan is gone, but playing against a team like Swansea that keep the ball really well it's important to accept that maybe a point is good enough and start focusing on Tuesday, because that will be a big game for us and a big game for Villa. It's important we make the most of our games in hand.
"We need to get points out of every game we've got left and wait and see the result. It's in our own hands, if we do our job and get the points we need, we will stay up.
"If we fail to do so the disaster will happen, but we've got all the confidence in each other and I know we'll go on and get out of trouble."