Lee Bullen feels the Owls deserve credit and plaudits for the performances and results from the first two outings of the campaign.
Wednesday have got off to a flying start in the Championship by winning back to back games against Reading and Barnsley.
It is, in fact, the first time the Owls have posted back to back wins to start a campaign since 1996/97.
“Our feet are planted and we know how difficult this league is and how things can pan out,” Bullen said.
“The thing that frustrates me is people have said we haven’t beaten anybody yet and that is completely disrespectful, one to Reading and two to Barnsley.
“People forget that over the last two or three years, these are the type of games where we would have dropped points.
“We have dropped points to teams nearer the bottom of the table and let ourselves down against teams we were ‘expected to beat’.
“The fact that Fulham went to Barnsley and got beat the week before proves how difficult this league is going to be.
“All we can do is beat what is in front of us, that’s the plan tomorrow and let’s see what transpires because I know Neil Harris has had a good start to the season with his boys as well.”