Bolton Wanderers’ Wellington Silva was happy to get a point out of nothing when they drew with Wolves.

The Lancashire club were able to get an unlikely point when they came from being two goals behind to draw 2-2 with Wolves.

It started off badly for Bolton when Ben Amos spilled the ball into the path of Joe Mason who couldn’t have started his debut for Wolves in a better way.

And when thirteen minutes from time James Henry was able to cut inside and fire past Amos, it looked like Bolton would be condemned to another defeat.

However Bolton this time rallied back and put up a fight. The Wolves defence fell asleep which allowed Silva to head in unmarked and the Wanderers got an unlikely point when Stephen Dobbie scored from a free kick. The fans will now be hoping that this can be a turning point for the club that remains rock bottom of the Championship.

Following the game, Silva told the club website: “It is a very good point for us,”

“It’s difficult when you go behind but we worked very hard. We played good and passed the ball around well.”

“I like being on the ball and when I get the opportunity, I like to use skill, dribble or pass to attack towards the goal and run at the other team.”

“I am very happy to have scored but I am even happier that we came back to get the point. It is very important for the club and now we want to build on that on Saturday as we have another big game.”

“It’s been a long time since I last scored so I am happy to get another. God has blessed me and I will continue to work hard going into the next game.”