Darren Moore said his only disappointment from today’s 2-2 draw with Wycombe was that we didn’t get the win we deserved.
After seeing his Wednesday side dominate the 90 minutes and go close to making it nine points from three games in the last week, Moore said: “It feels like two points dropped if I’m being honest.
“I was really pleased with the performance, the determination, the spirit, the attitude. We’ve had chances in double figures, we’ve caused them all kind of problems and I would say they are the most experienced team in the division.
“They are a good side but we were a lot better and the only disappointment for me is that one point is not three.”
He added: “We wanted nine points from a very important week, we’ve got seven which is positive but I still wanted nine. It’s helped us up the table so it’s been a productive week.”
Moore was unhappy at giving away “a silly free kick” that led to Wycombe’s second equaliser, a needless foul by Callum Paterson on the edge of the penalty area giving Jordan Obita the chance to shoot home, and he commented: “The goal was avoidable and that is what I am a little grouchy with now.”
Reflecting on our upsurge in performance in recent games, the manager said: “The pleasing aspect is the consistency in recent games. We took the MK Dons display into this game and as I say we should have won it.
“We are scoring goals, we are creating chances, we are pulling teams apart, so there are plenty of aspects and signs that we are heading in the right direction. ”