OLIVER NORWOOD hailed Town’s fighting spirit in the wake of their battling 2-2 draw with Bolton.
James Vaughan marked his first start in nine Championship matches after injury with an 87th-minute equaliser.
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Town, for whom keeper Alex Smithies saved a penalty from Chris Eagles, hit back after being under the cosh to stay 15th in the table.
And midfielder Norwood smiled: “We showed character to keep going and we seem to be getting good at nicking late goals.
“We’ve done it against Nottingham Forest, Blackburn, Charlton and now Bolton, and it’s a good habit to have.”
Having been handed a ninth-minute lead through Zat Knight’s own goal, Lee Novak then hit the bar for Town.
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Bolton turned the screw in the second half, when Mark Davies and Eagles netted, and Norwood admitted: “They deserved the lead.
“But we have some strong lads in our dressing room and we deserved what could turn out to be a very valuable point.”