Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers thought his side were unfortunate not to thrash Bolton after only being held to a draw.
Bolton found themselves behind inside six minutes as Scott Sinclair curled in a beauty and, although Chris Eagles equalised eight minutes later, Swansea dominated the second half.
Rodgers was impressed with his team and felt they showed 'no fear' despite failing to take all the points against relegation-threatened Bolton.
He said: "We certainly deserved the three points. It was a terrific game.
"Of course there's a wee bit of tension around, but I thought we were excellent and we created enough chances to win the game.
"We scored a very good goal to go in front early on, but conceded a disappointing goal from our perspective. But the reaction to that was outstanding.
"I thought the players showed no fear, they kept pushing forward, being creative and, on another day with a little bit more luck, we might have had three or four goals."