Tony Pulis deemed the Owls’ draw with Swansea a fair result as Wednesday left South Wales with a well-earned point.
Adam Reach opened the scoring in the first half before Swans substitute Andre Ayew levelled after the break in what was certainly a game of two halves.
Pulis said: “I think we had the first half and they had the second.
“We kept possession really well and moved the ball through the pitch well.
“They changed their system in the second half and Ayew coming on was the difference.
“There’s still things I want us to work on, but we’ve got a good group and they all worked really hard tonight.
“We’ve got a lot of players out tonight. Those players are probably starting tonight.”
Wednesday lost Keiren Westwood to injury early in the first half and Pulis confirmed the keeper will be assessed ahead of Saturday’s contest with Stoke at Hillsborough.
He added: “He’s tweaked his groin as he made a clearance and couldn’t continue.
“We’ll assess him when we get back to Sheffield and I feel sorry for the lad tonight, I rate him as one of the best keepers in the Championship and I want to play him.”