Fulham's Lee Clark was satisfied after his side earned a credible 0-0 draw at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday.
Clark only managed a brief outing at Bolton after being brought on as a second half substitute - but he remained wholly positive about his sides performance saying:
"That was our tenth point from the last possible twelve. In anyone's book that's good form.
"A point away from home in this league is never a bad thing. Perhaps the lads may feel that we should have done better today but Bolton deserve credit, their previous results have shown what a capable side they are."
"We weren't at our best today by a long shot so to come away with the draw is a good sign. I think the result was about right."
Bolton Boss Sam Allardyce wasn't so happy saying:
"I felt we deserved to win, we did almost everything apart from sticking the ball in the back of the net. If there was one criticism today though was that our final ball let us down a bit."
"The plus points were that we kept a clean sheet which is something we haven't done too much of this season and Gudni and Paul Warhurst marshaled the Fulham frontmen very well."
"To dominate the game the way we did against a side with the quality of Fulham and the money they have spent is pleasing, but we must start getting three points at home."