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Upbeat Antonio

5 October 2013

Michail Antonio remains upbeat and positive heading into the international break after the Owls’ 1-1 draw with Ipswich on Saturday. 

To watch the winger's post-match reaction on WednesdayPlayer, CLICK HERE.

The 23-year-old scored his second goal of the season to cancel out Paul Anderson’s earlier strike for the visitors.

Disappointed not to have bagged a maximum haul of points at Hillsborough, after the game Antonio said:

“It’s disappointing that we didn’t get that win today but we always try and take the positives from every game.

“We conceded a sloppy goal but got back level quickly and from there, we created some good opportunities to go on and win the game.

“But we remain very positive and feel that one win will create a chain reaction and we will start rising up the league.”

The international break means no fixture for the Owls next weekend but Antonio is backing his team mates to produce the goods upon their return to action, with big games against Bolton and Barnsley on the horizon. 

He added: “What we really need is that one win, no matter how it comes, and that will be our marker to say ‘it’s happened now, now let’s move on.’

“I’m definitely backing all the boys to get this club where it needs to be.

“We’ve got a lot of belief and as soon as we get that one win, many more will follow.”

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