NEIL LENNON admitted he was “delighted” with Bolton’s 2-1 win at Sheffield Wednesday.
The former Celtic boss said: “To come away from home and play as well as we did is very pleasing.
“We got off to a great start and played some super football.
“With our performance in the first-half and the chances we created in the second, it could have been a more comfortable win.
“We came here playing a team who are on the up. They’ve certainly been playing very well.
“There were a few decisions for both teams that were debatable, to say the least.
“However, I don’t want to talk about the referee because it was a very good game of football.
“Both teams went at it with a great sort of attitude and there was high quality at times on the pitch as well.
“On the counter-attack we were very dangerous and I thought Emile Heskey was terrific, considering the length of times he’s been outside England.
“His experience today was invaluable to us.
“We’re getting further and further away from the bottom three, which is great.
“Now we can maybe look forward to challenging the top 10.”