Owen Coyle had nothing but praise for the stoic defending that was displayed by his Bolton side in their 3-2 victory over Wolves.
The Trotters had to withstand a first-half bombardment as Michael Kightly and Matt Jarvis rained in crosses from the flanks.
Their deliveries created three good chances for Steven Fletcher but the scores remained level until after the interval.
Kightly put the home side ahead with a brilliant strike before Martin Petrov levelled from the spot after Mark Davies won a dubious penalty.
"I think it was a typical Premier League game with two teams going out to win," Coyle told Sky Sports.
"Wolves brought a lot of energy, and indeed a lot of quality. They put an enormous amount of crosses into our box which we had to defend bravely and resolutely, and we did that for large periods, particularly in the first half.
"It was a half that Wolves maybe might feel aggrieved that they weren't in front, but having said that, we always looked a threat on the counter-attack and had one or two half-chances ourselves."
He added: "Our reaction to their goal was excellent. We really took the game by the scruff of the neck and played some delightful football, culminating in three very good goals.
"And if truth be told, we could have added a few more, given the quality of the football."
Late strikes from Marcos Alonso and substitute Kevin Davies extended Bolton's lead before a late strike from Jarvis ensured a nervy finish.