- Wednesday triumphed at DW Stadium
- Head coach pleased with Wigan win
- But Gray urges ruthless streak
Stuart Gray headed back over the Pennines content with his side’s win at Wigan – although he again emphasised the need to kill teams off.
Wednesday beat Wigan 1-0 at The DW Stadium as Atdhe Nuhiu’s second half goal was enough to seal victory.
But the three points could have been one as the Latics hit the post right at the end.
And Gray said: “Obviously, I’m pleased with the win and that is first and foremost.
“The only thing I would say was disappointing was the fact that we got the one goal but didn’t put the game to bed.
“Every team in this division has players who can hurt you and Wigan nearly did that right at the last.
“That is a part of our game we must improve, but for now, we will enjoy the win.”
The Wigan win sent the Owls back into the top ten and Gray again stressed his belief that this year’s Championship is as wide open as it has ever been.
He added: “I’ve said it before that this division is wide open. Possibly even more so than the last couple of seasons.
“Not a lot of teams are showing any real consistency and the places are there for someone who can.
“That’s back to back wins for us now and I’ve said to the players, always look up, never look down.”