Speaking after the defeat, which sees the Owls remain trapped in the relegation zone, Moore claimed: "I knew the task coming into it, and what was ahead of us, but it’s a wonderful challenge. You have to have a great inner belief, and belief in the players and the structure of the club.
“It’s a wonderful club that has probably just lost its way a little bit, but it’s still all to play despite what’s happened this season.
“We’ve got to get back on the training ground and get working again. It’s essential that they stick together, that’s got to be the main focus. We’re have a tough week where things have gone against us, but it’s a week when we’re also trying to put things right.”
With no midweek game on the cards, The Owls have the rest of the week to prepare for their weekend clash against table-toppers Norwich City this Sunday afternoon.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Sheffield Wednesday and the rest of the Championship, as the fall-out and reaction from the weekend's action continues:
1. Forest's forgotten man could return to Scandinavia
Nottingham Forest midfielder Fouad Bachirou is believed to be on Norwegian side Rosenborg's radar. He signed for the club last summer, but has barely featured for the side due to injury problems. (The Athletic)
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2. Hornets ace closes in on return
Watford ace Tom Dele-Bashiru has revealed he could return before the end of the season, as he steps up his recovery from surgery on an ACL injury, and admitted breaking back into their in-form midfield could prove a tough test. (Club website)
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3. Duo set to miss out on Grandsir
Derby County and Swansea City both look set to miss out on Monaco winger Samuel Grandsir, as MLS side LA Galaxy close in on the 24-year-old. He reignited his career with a strong loan spell at Brest last season. (GFFN)
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4. Championship 2021/22 start date revealed
The EFL have revealed that the 2021/22 Championship season will commence on August 6th. The second-tier's play-off Finals will be held at Wembley Stadium over the course of the last weekend in May. (BBC Sport)
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