- Brentford and Owls in capital stalemate
- Entertaining game for goalless draw
- Wednesday host Norwich this weekend
Following a game that could have gone either way at Griffin Park, Stuart Gray said the one point earned by the Owls could have been all three.
The same could said for Brentford, though, reflected the head coach as the contest was far removed from the archetypal goalless draw.
Chances were created at either end but both defences held firm to earn a share of the spoils.
Gray said: “We had some chances, we hit the post, but it just wouldn’t fall for us tonight.
“In terms of the way we played, I thought the effort and commitment was outstanding, I couldn’t have asked for any more.
“We defended from the front, where Stevie May and Atdhe Nuhiu ran their socks off, as did Gary Madine when he came on.
“The game was nothing like a 0-0 draw, we saw two teams going all out to win and on another day, we would have taken all three points.”
Next up for the Owls is Norwich at Hillsborough on Saturday and Gray recognises the need for home improvements.
He added: “We know we are not doing well enough at home and we need to address that situation quickly.
“Apart from the 45 minutes against Watford, though, our performances have been good.
“The key thing is turning those performances into points and getting what we deserve.”