"It's a very good home win and also makes our last two points away from home look very good.
"The penalty was a turning point. It got our crowd going and the players responded.
"The highlight for me was that the relationship between the players and crowd was there, we brought them into play with our good play and must continue to do that. That's the key to a good home record and the key to being Millwall."
Bolton manager Owen Coyle:
"I'm not naive, that's the nature of football, I know how it works. It's up to us to win games and if we don't I'm the same as any manager in the country.
"The bottom line is we missed a penalty and then shot ourselves in the foot.
"The second half was better, we got back in it and then had a penalty.
"If it had gone in I think we'd have gone on to win the game, but we spurned the opportunity and got bitten on the bum at the end, so it's hard to take."
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