Darren Moore was just happy to see Wednesday take all three points against Crewe at Hillsborough.
Speaking after we had dominated the game but failed to turn our superiority into more than one goal, the Owls boss said: “We had 17 shots and you hope it’s not going to be one of those nights – but we got the breakthrough, we got the points and that’s what matters.
”It’s taken the penalty to win the game but three points was the aim and three points is what we achieved.”
Our eighth game without defeat sees us move into fourth place, consolidate a possible play-off place and still with an outside chance of automatic promotion.
However, Moore said: “I am being completely honest with you, I don’t where we are in the table after that because my focus is fixed on Sheffield Wednesday and the next game.
“You ask me about automatic promotion and I say the same thing, the message from me has been consistent from the start of the season and that is all about the next game and no further.
“We have another big game on Saturday against Wycombe, which will be a tough test, and our focus now turns to that.“