The coming international break will give the Owls the opportunity to reflect on a difficult period of the season.
While Wednesday headed into the last break on a high and in the top six, this time around there are contrasting emotions.
But the Sheffield derby draw just before the break could prove a key moment in the campaign, with the run of defeats brought to an end, a first clean sheet on the board and now time to regroup on the training pitch.
“In the next two weeks we must look to work hard to come back to our form and that we come in our next period from two home games and get the points at Hillsborough,” Jos told swfc.co.uk.
Derby and Bolton at Hillsborough represent the next two challenges and Luhukay wants to see his side build on the positives from Bramall Lane.
“We wanted to see good organisation and stability and for the players to support each other.
“We wanted the lines to stay together and a lot of hard work in the 90 minutes and when you go to a place like that and get the draw, I think we can live with that in our situation.
“I always say my team has mentality and character and on Friday we did not make many mistakes which is the difference from the last weeks.
“The team always work intensively and when you cut out those individual mistakes you can come to clean sheets.”