Having seen his side see potential victory downgraded to a draw against Huddersfield, Stuart Gray was clear the Owls deserved all three points.
A dramatic derby at Hillsborough saw late goals for both teams lead to an even share of the spoils.
But Gray was disappointed the visitors were allowed a late route back into the contest after Sergiu Bus scored his first goal for the club.
Ishmael Miller struck right at the last to earn the Terriers a point.
Gray said: “I should be talking here about all three points instead of one.
“We scored the late goal ourselves and should have closed out the game.
“I think some of the players thought there was a foul in the build-up on Kamil Zayatte but you have to play to the whistle.”
Overall, Gray was frustrated that the Owls did the hard work by breaching a resolute Terriers backline only to see that work promptly undone.
He added: “I thought Huddersfield came here with a game plan in putting five men behind the ball and hitting us on the counter.
“We had chances but couldn’t make the breakthrough so when we did score – and so late in the game – you expect to hang on.
“But you saw what happened at Rotherham in our previous game.
“Games can go all the way to the end in what is a really open Championship and we have seen that again here today.”