Attention now switches to the quarter finals of the Capital One Cup and midfielder Sam Hutchinson says the approach will be the same as any other game.
The Owls face Stoke at The Britannia Stadium on Tuesday and with confidence high and a place in the last four at stake, the ex-Chelsea man is ready to go.
“We’ll approach this as we do every game by doing our job,” he said.
“I don’t think this one is any different really. It’s all about who wins their battles and if we win our 1-v-1 battles, then hopefully we’ll come out on top.
“Stoke is a massive challenge, they are a solid Premier League team so we can’t look beyond this game.
“But everyone is excited and we’ll go there on Tuesday and see what happens.”
Hutchinson is back in contention at The Britannia following a two-match suspension.
And it could hardly be better timing for the 26-year-old, who has enjoyed the Owls’ cup run thus far.
He continued: “We started in the early rounds against lower league teams and they were difficult ties.
“Then we drew Newcastle at St James’ Park and I don’t think many people thought we would go there and win.
“The Arsenal result speaks for itself, it was a massive boost. We’ve done well in the league and a cup run adds to that and is a confidence-booster.
“It tells us that we can do it and go out on a Saturday and replicate what we’ve done in the week in the cup games.”