Gray left 'very frustrated' by this area of Wednesday's performance against Norwich

Sheffield Wednesday missed two good opportunities in their 2-0 defeat against Norwich City yesterday.

Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray has told the Sheffield Telegraph that he was left 'very frustrated' with his side's profligacy against Norwich City.

Caolan Lavery and Lloyd Isgrove spurned big opportunities for Wednesday against the Canaries, and Gray was made to rue missed chances after the match.

The Owls boss believes that had his side been more clinical in front of goal things may have been different, but, as a result of their lack of cutting edge, they fell to a 2-0 defeat.

“I’m very frustrated; they were two big moments in the game," he said. “It would have been totally different game if we had taken them because they would have had to come out and hit them on the break.”

Wednesday's loss at Carrow Road was disappointing, but it wasn't too unexpected as the East Anglian side have been one of the form sides in the Championship since appointing Alex Neil.

Norwich have been one of the second tier's leading teams and they went into the game against Wednesday, who have little to play for, as heavy favourites.

As a result, it may be encouraging that the Owls were still able to pose a threat, and they will be hoping to show their ruthless streak in their remaining fixtures.

Wednesday have had a persistent problem with scoring goals this campaign and it is an obvious area that they will need to improve in the summer, when they will be looking to strengthen their squad considerably.

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