Jos Luhukay said he was pleased with the derby draw with Leeds at Hillsborough on Friday night.
Stunning goals from Adam Reach and Mateusz Klich punctuated an entertaining clash that Leeds were favourites to win.
And win they may have done as the visitors flexed their first-placed muscle but the Owls held firm to earn a share of the spoils.
Luhukay said: “I am pleased with the point because Leeds came at us very strongly in the second half.
“They were very quick on the transition, very quick going forward, and they showed why they are the first in the division.
“So I am not unhappy with the point because Leeds are a good team, this is why they are first.
“But we had some good moments of our own, particularly in the second half, but I think a point is very much okay after looking at the game.”
Luhukay had high praise for Reach’s stunning strike that was reminiscent of the midfielder’s wonder goal at Aston Villa last season.
He added: “It was very special to see a goal of that quality. But it came from a player who can do these special kind of things.
“But I do not mind how the goals go in or who scores them as long as we get a positive result from the game.
“This game was tough, one of the hardest we will face for sure, so I must be pleased to come out with a point.”