Date: 10th October 2010 at 1:56pm
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Wednesday boss Alan Irvine was far from happy with his side’s display, despite picking up three points against a stubborn Leyton Orient side at Hillsborough yesterday.

Lewis Buxton’s second-half goal was enough to give the Owls back-to-back wins in npower League One and move them back into the play-offs in fifth.

But Irvine says there’s plenty of room for improvement, insisting his troops didn’t play anywhere near their full potential against the Londoners.

‘We didn’t play well and we know that,’ Irvine told the official SWFC website.

‘The dressing room was an extremely quiet place after the final whistle, but at the end of the day we’ve won the game.

‘At the end of the season, results like that could well prove to be the difference. We all want to play free-flowing, attractive football, but unfortunately it doesn’t happen every week, and you’ve just got win the game however you can.’

Irvine’s opinion on the Owls’ performance was mirrored by Wednesdayites in S6 yesterday.

But with a takeover looking likely within the next week, Owls fans have plenty of reasons to be cheerful as they head into next Saturday’s clash at Yeovil in an improved vein of form both on and off the pitch.