- Owls and Cardiff share spoils
- Stuart Gray says Owls should have won
- Will Keane on target for Wednesday
Stuart Gray says Wednesday deserved all three points instead of the one they posted against Cardiff on Saturday.
Will Keane cancelled out Kenwyne Jones’ early strike to ensure the Owls took something from an entertaining clash at Hillsborough.
Gray said: “The players gave absolutely everything and I can’t fault their effort and commitment.
“We’ve dominated the second half, we’ve hit the post, we’ve had goalmouth scrambles and we’ve done everything but score the winner.
“We gave away an early goal and that meant we were chasing the game but we came back well and I thought we deserved to win.”
Gray went on to hail the strength of his bench, with Lewis McGugan and Sergiu Bus coming on to have a positive impact on the contest.
He added: “Sometimes you are only as strong as your bench and we had quality on there today.
“Lewis McGugan showed his quality when he came on and his experience.
“I was pleased with Sergiu too because that’s his first game for us and he made an impact.
“He won us the penalty and I thought it was a penalty because the boy has no reason to go down when he’s about to pull the trigger.”