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Stuart Gray praised the impact of Stevie May after the Scot fired a double to down Wigan at Hillsborough on Saturday.
The Owls came from behind to win 2-1, with May on target either side of half time.
The brace came off the back of the striker’s international call for the Scotland senior squad.
Gray said: “Stevie was a ‘Johnny on the Spot’ today and I’m pleased for him because he deserves it.
“He’s had some bad luck recently and especially last week when he hit the bar and the post at Huddersfield with the same shot.
“So when the ball hits both posts today I thought it was ‘Groundhog Day’ so I looked across at the linesman and obviously I was delighted to see the flag go up.
“So I’m really pleased for the boy, I work with him every day and not a lot of players get through the same amount of work as Stevie does.
“He won his first cap for Scotland recently and that will do Stevie the world of good.”