Tony Pulis hailed the togetherness of the team following the battling draw with Reading on Wednesday.
The Owls were reduced to 10 men in the first half when Liam Shaw saw red, after which Lucas Joao cancelled out Callum Paterson’s opener.
The visitors dominated the lion’s share of proceedings but Wednesday held out for what Pulis tagged ‘a precious point’.
He said: “I think every Sheffield Wednesday supporter can be proud of their team’s performance. They gave everything they had, they are a great group and no one can fault their effort and commitment.
“The group is the team and the team is the club. They have worked ever so hard tonight down to 10 men and got the reward of a precious point.
“Reading are a very good side with some very talented players and we have kept them out for most of the game with 10 men.
“I think one or two decisions went our way but the lads have earned that point. I will have a word with Liam tomorrow, I will give him a bit of leeway because he’s a young lad. But it’s a reckless challenge.”