CRAWLEY boss John Yems said he would not swap any of his own players for any of Wanderers’ after seeing his side’s fine run continue at the UniBol.

The Red Devils, unbeaten in nine matches, are now sixth in League Two, just five points behind leaders Carlisle after their 1-0 win on Saturday.

The winner was a finely-worked team goal with captain George Francomb finishing off with a crisp right-footed shot after 61 minutes.

“If you go into any of these games with any fear you are not going to get anything,” Yems said. “It is called a winning mentality.

“That reflects onto the lads. If we are not convinced we are going to win games, what are we in it for? You are cheating the fans, you are cheating everyone.

“We are confident of taking points off everyone – you have got to be. Bolton are still a big club. You can see some of the players they have got here. But you look at our squad and would I swap any of them? No, not really.”

The scoreline was also a pleasing one for the Crawley boss.

Yems said: “We rode our luck at times. But we worked hard and did all the right things.

“If we have a few more 1-0s I will be happy.”