Nathan Dyer believes that Swansea learnt from their late collapse against Wolves and that's what helped them stop Bolton's fightback on Saturday.
The Swans let a two-goal lead slip in the final six minutes at Molineux as Wolves came from behind to clinch a draw.
And when Danny Graham's own goal cut their lead to a single goal in the 73rd minute, history threatened to repeat itself against Bolton on Saturday.
Brendan Rodgers' side held on though and Graham found the right net in stoppage time to make it 3-1 at the final whistle.
Dyer said: "We were well on top when the second went in but then we missed a few chances and when they got one back in the back of my mind I was thinking 'not again.'
"But the gaffer had prepared us for that in training and the hard work paid off. We worked really hard after conceding two poor goals at Wolves, and we were very determined not to let it happen again.
"This time we kept to our style, kept playing football and made them chase us for the ball instead of giving it back to them."