Bolton boss Dougie Freedman praised goalkeeper Adam Bogdan as the Trotters played out a goalless draw with Leicester.
Both teams had their fair share of chances, but young keepers Bogdan and Kasper Schmeichel both had spectacular games between the sticks and duly kept all attempts out of their nets.
"Luckily for us though Adam (Bogdan) showed how good of a young goalkeeper he is to get a clean sheet for us," Freedman said.
He has now claimed four points from a possible six since moving to the Reebok Stadium, and Wanderers remain in 17th place.
On the whole, Freedman was pleased with the result and his team's improved display in defence.
He said: "It was a great game of football with great moments of attacking play and even better defending.
"The defence has been something that hasn't being great here previously and over the time I've been here it seems to have improved dramatically."
It was the first time this season that Leicester had not managed to score, but the draw did halt a run of two straight defeats for City.
Leicester assistant manager Craig Shakespeare believed his side should have taken all three points
"We came for the win, because in the Championship it's important that you keep winning to build on the momentum," he said. "Everyone in that dressing room is a little disappointed but to pick up a point away from home against a good side is always a plus."