Sheffield Wednesday boss Tony Pulis, who has taken the charge recently, is pleased with his side’s show in the clash with Stoke at home, despite the 0-0 draw.
managed to get a point from Stoke, despite Stoke's numerous attempts to score.
– who managed Stoke between 2002-2005 and 2006-2013, said: “
I’ve been in charge for three games and the players’ attitude to having a go has been absolutely first-class
“We’re short in areas that we need to address. The more you stay in the game, the more you understand that you need leg beaters, good quality off set-plays and people who want to score from set-plays.
“You also need goals and people who can sniff that goal out for you. We need to get through to the window and fingers crossed then, if we possibly can, get some more quality in.
Stoke manager Michael O’Neill said: “
It was a tough game and we knew it would be a tough game, coming here
“Sheffield Wednesday, under Tony, will be difficult to beat, but I thought we had a lot of control in the game. The important thing was to not lose the game so we’ll take the point.
“We played against a team who obviously had a difficult start to the season, having to deal with a points deduction and a new manager coming in.