Head coach Carlos Carvalhal refused to be drawn on the match officials performance after their goalless draw at Queens Park Rangers.
Referee Andy Haines sent visiting fans into a rage as he failed to send off Clint Hill after the Rangers defender brought down Modou Sougou in the first half half or award Wednesday a penalty when Paul Konchesky clumsily tripped substitute Lucas Joao.
Sougou, one of seven changes to the Owls line-up, was taken to hospital after suffering a suspected dislocated shoulder.
Carvalhal, who claims the Owls should have been given a spot-kick versus Hull City, when Kieran Lee went down in the box said: “I don’t want to talk about that (the incident). Everybody saw it on the pitch and on the TV and people will come to their own conclusions. I am not talking going to talk about the referee.”
When asked if he felt unfortunate not to pick up maximum points at Loftus Road, he said: “I don’t feel unlucky. We played two strong teams who were relegated last year. They are two strong teams.
“We finished this game with a positive vibe.
“We have a strong spirit in the team and I think this is something that everybody must be proud of.”
Michael Turner (knee), Alex Lopez (thigh) and Marco Matias (groin) missed the trip as Owls extended their unbeaten run to seven matches.