Jos Luhukay says he was relieved Wednesday finally got back to winning ways at Hillsborough.
The Owls were far from pretty but they dug in and ground out a much-needed three points - their first win in seven games - after seeing off Bolton 1-0.
Tom Lees' second half header was enough for a long-awaited league victory.
But Luhukay admits the performance was not a stellar one and that more is expected of his troops.
"I think the pressure was high today," said Luhukay.
"You saw that in the first half in a lot of players in my team.
"We started good in the second half and made a good goal from Tom Lees from the set-piece.
"I think in the second half we had a little bit more of the ball.
"One goal today was enough to win but we must not now be satisfied."
Luhukay will be hoping for a continued rise in performance levels when the Owls head to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.