Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer deflected praise to his players after their 1-0 win at FA Cup opponents Bolton Wanderers.

Solskjaer was keen to give the credit to Fraizer Campbell and Craig Noone rather than take any for his decision to bring them on after the two substitutes combined to help steer their side to a 1-0 win at Bolton.

When it was put to him that it had been an inspired substitution, Solskjaer said: "Good players!

"Good players make an impact and the two of them are good players.

"It was a great finish by Fraizer and another one of those runs by Nooney.

"It was probably our best move of the day and it was an instinctive finish by Fraizer, so I'm very happy with that."

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