Garry Monk was full of praise for his Wednesday squad’s attitude and quality after earning three points in today’s 2-1 win at Bristol City.
Coming on the back of the home draw with Forest following the three-month football lockdown, Monk said: “It was another positive performance, against another side up there and amongst it. We had good control, we looked quite dangerous and it was another pleasing performance after last week.”
He added: “We talked about building on that performance where we got a lot right and today we did that. We played against a good side and I think we showed a lot of what we have worked on in training.
“I spoke about this period being a time for reflection and a renewed attitude and I think that’s been reflected in these two games.
“Attitude and quality is what we’ve been working on and in these two games we’ve seen a step in the right direction.
“I know it’s only two games, and I know things are going to get harder with the shorter turnaround between matches, but if we can maintain that attitude and quality we’ve been playing with then hopefully we can do well.”
Julian Borner was subbed at half time after taking a first-half knock but Monk said it was nothing more than a dead leg and that the player should soon recover.