Darren Moore has seen signs of improvement since taking the Hillsborough hot seat earlier this month.
After a narrow defeat to the league leaders Norwich on Sunday, Moore was keen to remain positive after his side battled hard but were ultimately beaten by two pieces of outstanding quality in the final third.
The game itself and work behind the scenes at Middlewood Road has given the boss encouragement with 11 games to play.
The situation at the bottom of the table looks precarious from a Wednesday perspective but Moore is confident that just one win in the short term could change the mood and chip away at the gap.
Ahead of the clash with Huddersfield at home on Wednesday night, Moore said:
“We have got to start winning games, slowly but surely I do see signs of those improvements but we have to keep working.
“It is another big game for us. We are still in the double figures of games to go and we still feel that the games are there for us.
“While ever the points are there to be earned, we have got to keep that belief going. We will keep going all the way.”
The Owls must halt the losing run, which stands at seven games, in order to haul themselves back into the fight for survival.
But keeping calm and positive in our situation and focusing only on the next game, Moore continued:
“I have to stay really confident because we still have the games. It’s a lot of games to play and we keep at it.
“I don’t think anybody saw a Sheffield Wednesday team throwing in the towel on Sunday.”