A trip to Queens Park Rangers this evening will provide the Owls a platform to right the wrongs from defeat last time out against Middlesbrough.
That is the view of Owls boss Jos Luhukay, who reiterated his pride in Wednesday’s recent progress.
The 2-1 reverse against Boro was only the second loss in ten games and Luhukay firmly backs his side to respond in a positive manner at Loftus Road.
“It is very difficult in this league to come to your best performances in all the games,” he explained.
“We have only lost two games in our last ten and I think it is more of a problem when you are only losing games or conceding a lot of goals.
“We must try to come to our own consistency. It is very important that you have a good balance, a good organisation and stability. I think we have had this over the past two and a half months.
“It is very difficult to play at your highest level every week but what this team always does is always work 100% and always give 100%.
“Now we have the chance on Tuesday at Queens Park Rangers to do it better and hopefully we will come away with the three points.”