Vaughan display pleases Grayson
Huddersfield boss Simon Grayson praised striker James Vaughan after he marked his first start in eight matches with a late equaliser.
Zat Knight's own goal had put Grayson's men ahead, only for Mark Davies and Chris Eagles to turn the game in Bolton's favour.
But Vaughan, on his return from a thigh injury, earned the Terriers a point three minutes from time to the delight of his manager.
Grayson said: "We are delighted to have him back in the team. We have seen previously what he can do for us and the quality he has."
He continued: "If you paid money to come and watch this game I don't think you were short changed.
"The game swung backwards and forwards and I have kicked every ball and gone through every emotion. We made some mistakes but we could have nicked it at the end."
Grayson also singled out Alex Smithies, who saved a Chris Eagles penalty midway through the second-half, after his blunder had gifted a goal to Leeds last weekend.
His manager said: "Alex is a fantastic goalkeeper and he made a mistake last week but he showed his quality.
"He's mentally strong and goalkeepers need that. They can be heroes one minute and villains the next."