- Stevie May says victory puts Owls back on track
- Striker hits two goals to down Wigan
- The Scot now aims to build on today's result
Earlier in the week Stevie May told swfc.co.uk that things would click for the Owls, and himself on a personal note, and the striker was as good as his word.
May bagged a welcomed brace at Hillsborough to down Wigan after Chris McCann had given the visitors the lead.
The delighted Scot says the win has got the Owls back on track and told the Owls’ official website:
“I’m delighted to get the goals but the win is the most important thing because it gets us back on track and hopefully now we can go on a run.
“I got the two goals but the main thing as a group of players is the three points.
“We felt in the past few weeks we’ve deserved more points than what we have gained.”
The win was the Owls' first since late September but May has said that run was not playing on his mind and always had the belief it would come to end sooner rather than later.
He added: “I wasn’t letting that run affect me and neither were the team.
“We have deservedly picked up three points and now we move on.
“We started the season very well, we’ve been through a little rough patch and we need to pick up and perform again.
“That starts with hard work and that was obvious today with us pressing them all over the field and the tempo we played the game at.”