Dave Jones was pleased with the point gained at Huddersfield on Saturday but disappointed the Owls failed to emerge with all three.
Wednesday created numerous chances in the lunchtime clash in West Yorkshire, but failed to convert and had to be content with a share of the spoils.
Jones said: “It’s always nice to get a point on the board but that was a game we should have won.
“I think we should have had a penalty early in the game and we’ve gone on to dominate but we didn’t take our chances.
“With a little bit more composure we score at least one goal and from there I’m sure we’d have gone on to win the game. But we’ve taken four points from two tough away games and we would have taken that.”
The main talking point of the game involved Owls loanee Jeremy Helan, who was shown a yellow card that should have been upgraded to red after receiving a second booking.
However, referee Mick Russell had earlier mistakenly booked Michail Antonio for the first offence.
Jones said: “The referee is there to make the decisions and we are there to abide by them.
“He thought he made the right decision at the time and the game moved on.
“But I am really pleased with how Jeremy is progressing. He is a young player learning his trade and like any young player, he plays without fear and with confidence.”