Speaking after the defeat, which sees the Owls still 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 to play this week, Moore now has plenty of time to prepare his side for their weekend clash against table-toppers Norwich City - a side who narrowly beat the Owls back in December - 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. Celtic reach out to O'Neill
Ex-Nottingham Forest boss Martin O'Neill is believed to have been approached by manager-less Celtic for advice, as they continue their hunt for a new boss. He won three league titles during a successful spell at the Hoops' helm. (Football Insider)
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2. Red Devils fresh favourites for Aarons
Manchester United have emerged as the fresh favourites to sign Norwich City's Max Aarons, moving ahead of Spurs and Everton. The 21-year-old sensation is likely to command a fee in excess of £30m. (SkyBet)
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3. Boro suffer major injury blow
Middlesbrough's push for the play-off places has been dealt a major blow, with the club confirming that star defender Anfernee Dijksteel will be out for the rest of the campaign with an ankle joint injury. (Club website)
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4. Ex-Boro star could leave Wolves on cut-price deal
Wolverhampton Wanderers are rumoured to have slashed the asking price of winger Adama Traore in half, from £60m down to £30m ahead of the summer transfer window. The paid Middlesbrough £18m for the player back in 2018. (Football Insider)