Dave Jones caught his breath following a frantic encounter at Burnley on Tuesday and insisted his side should have emerged with all three points.
The Owls and the Clarets shared the spoils in a 3-3 thriller, with both teams going full pelt for all three points and Jones said:
“I thought we were superb tonight and I thought we should have won.
“There always seems to be goals when I come to Burnley – I didn’t want it to be that open but we were chasing the game when we were down and we went for it.
“We’ve had so many chances and when you score three goals away from home, you expect to win.
“But listen, we have played some superb football tonight. There was never a lack of confidence with this group of players and we saw that again.
“We should have taken more points than we have done but it will come, I have no doubt about that.”
Jones closed by saluting the 1,600 travelling fans, who stayed right behind the Owls from the first whistle to last.
He added: “They were magnificent, absolutely magnificent.
“They drove us on and stayed right with us. When we were approaching the tunnel at half time, the roar they gave us was incredible.
“The lads were talking about it in the dressing room and it made a massive difference.”