Danny Rohl hailed Wednesday’s fightback against QPR today as “a very big three points” towards our battle to move away from the Championship relegation places.
Late goals from Bailey Cadamarteri and Anthony Musaba made it three wins out of four for the Owls and the 2-1 victory also took us onto 16 points, six points from safety and with three clubs currently on that mark of 22 points.
The delighted manager said afterwards: “Two weeks ago the gap to safety was 12 points, now it is six points, we will keep going step by step, game by game.
”This is only three points but a very big three points.”
He added: “It was fantastic for everyone, I am so happy. Our fans were unbelievable, they helped us so much over the line.
“We have spoken about the belief about going all the way to the last whistle and the players delivered.”
Barry Bannan admitted the first half was disappointing and said Wednesday did not do enough in possession, but after the improvement in the second 45 minutes, the skipper said: “I thought we were the better team in the second half and really got the crowd behind us.
“It was another great moment in my career at Sheffield Wednesday. It’s only three points but it’s a big three points.”
Young striker Cadamarteri made it three goals from four games with the equaliser and he posted on ‘X’: ‘Fans got us over the line today. The vibe in the stadium second half from the fans was indescribable. Buzzing to get on the scoresheet. That win was massive.’