After Saturday’s dramatic win over Blackburn, Chris Maguire has said there is no better feeling than snatching a last-minute winner.
The dressing room was naturally in high spirits following Claude Dielna’s 93rd minute stunner and Maguire said it has left the squad full of confidence.
Wednesday are now four points off the play-offs and Maguire said: “There’s no better feeling in a dressing room than winning a game in the 90th minute.
“To get that is a big feeling and now it’s two wins in a week.
“We want to keep that winning feeling. The manager said not many teams will go to Ewood Park and get three points.”
Maguire has taken a lot of confidence from Wednesday’s displays against Wigan and Blackburn as the busy Christmas period begins.
He told swfc.co.uk: “I thought we came out of the trap early doors at Blackburn and they couldn’t get to grips with us for the first 20-30 minutes.
“We kept fighting right until the end, it was a great win and a great goal.
“We got the ball down, played well and they couldn’t cope at times. They’ve obviously got a lot of talent up front and they tried to come at us near the end.
“But we handled that and defended well as teams.
“It’s around about this time when there are a lot of games and you want to get a run going. If we keep this momentum going, we will climb the league.”