Garry Monk believes Wednesday will soon find their goalscoring touch after failing to convert chances in the goalless draw with Millwall at Hillsborough.
Reflecting on the stalemate, which means we have scored just one goal in the last five matches and none in open play, the Owls boss said: “There is a bit of disbelief in the changing room at how we haven’t won that game. We dominated the game with the ball, especially in the second half, and created really good chances.
“It is just one of those things but we will keep working with them and it will drop for them. A bit more ruthless finishing and less good goalkeeping – that’s all we need.”
Commenting on the last five days, which has brought us 10 points and seen us climb off the bottom of the table for the first time this season, Monk added: “I think on the whole it has been a positive week. The players set themselves a target of four points in these two games and we achieved that.
“We know it should have been six but it is 10 points back in the week, we are off the bottom and the confidence is there.”