Stevie May came agonisingly close to securing three points for Wednesday in Saturday’s Yorkshire derby at Huddersfield.
The striker’s crisp drive had the beating of Joe Murphy in the Terriers’ goal but thumped against the crossbar before striking the post and trickling to safety.
May has said it’s those fine margins that are difference at the moment but the Scot is confident Wednesday’s luck will change.
“A point away at Huddersfield wasn’t the worst-case scenario but we would have liked all three,” he said.
“With a little bit of luck we could have nicked the game but they probably will say the same thing.
“It was a first for me to hit both the post and bar in one strike in a game, but those close margins are the difference between one point and three.
“If we keep working away, we have that base with the clean sheets and we’re not far away from picking up a lot of points.”
May added: “It happens in football where you go through these spells but sometimes it can go the other way where anything you touch goes in the net.
“As a team, once that clicks and we start getting that bit of fortune in the opposition’s box we will kick on, I’m confident of that."