Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy said his side's win over Sheffield Wednesday came about in some way through nullifying the Owls' threat.
Tom Lawrence and Luke Chambers scored for Ipswich, with Gary Hooper on target for the home side but Wednesday didn't create much and were caught out by Chambers' late winner.
McCarthy said: "I'm very, very pleased, of course, with the performance and happier with the result. I thought we were excellent.
"They are a good side with good players, who rotate particularly well and pass it well. But we negated that pretty well for most of the time, I thought they've not had that many chances.
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"As the game went on, we caught them on the break a number of times and didn't really make enough of it which we should have done, until we got the winner.
"I had no worry about my ability or my confidence in the players and they've backed that up today with a really good performance.
"That performance and result today reflects my time at Ipswich. That is more like my team and how I have been."