What did you make of Huddersfield Town's performance in the 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday?

Nahki Wells had the best chance from a Town perspective in the second half, but was unable to beat travelling goalkeeper Kieren Westwood with a low drive.

Sean Scannell went closest in the opening period but was thwarted by former Leeds United centre-back Tom Lees as he looked to divert Tommy Smith's cross into the net.

Wednesday's most presentable opportunities came late in the contest, with Stevie May desperately unlucky to see his effort ricochet off both crossbar and post before Royston Drenthe was denied late on by the impressive Joe Murphy.

We collated your ratings from our new-look player ratings scale below to see who stood out and those who failed to turn up.

Also take a look above in our gallery to compare your ratings with ours, provided by Town writer Doug Thomson.

And see our chart below to assess who you voted as the best and the worst performers from the game as well as reaction from supporters as Town made it six home games without defeat at the John Smith's Stadium.

Huddersfield Town 0-0 Sheffield Wednesday fans' player ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit

 

Should have played 4-4-2 to start with. Murphy and Scannell played well. - Brad, Skelmanthorpe.

Entertaining game for a 0-0. End-to-end stuff for most of second half and it could have gone either way, could have been 5-5. Nothing to complain about really, Town had a good spell when Wells came on - he must be frustrated being on the bench - may have won had he started the game. - Danny, Outlane.

Negative performance, expected us to go for it more. - Nick, Sheepridge.

In hindsight too negative/safe with both Coady & Poyet. At home to a side struggling with form, two up front for me. Good to see Murphy getting a start and giving a solid display. - Reg, Blackburn.

That was excellent entertainment by two strong teams and in the end a fair result. Joe Murphy was brilliant and I think that he is a far better goalie than Smithies. Scannell and Poyet were excellent too but the forwards didn't fire today. Very pleased with the shape and work rate of the team. This management team has really turned things round. - Richard, Kirkburton.

Should have won, but could have lost. Would have lost this game last season. Town going in the right direction. - Adi, Dalton.

Good performance in the second half. Scannell ran well but nobody on the end for the finish. Wells did okay but wasteful. Thought Murphy had a great game and Joel Lynch stills looks poor and uneasy in the back four. New centre-back please or Antony Gerrard to return quickly. - David, Morley.

The pattern emerging is the midfield failure to approach the box ready to meet crosses from Scannell and Bunn. Their hard work comes to nothing. The midfield should be reading this by now. The wingers will get round their man and more often than not will pull back a cross for the midfielders to meet. Except they're not there. -  Roy, Dagenham.

Hindsight's a wonderful thing and Wells starting up front with Holt may have given us an edge. Town lacked the impact and intensity that we have recently seen, with players such as Bunn marked out of the game. Whilst a clean sheet was an improvement on recent results it does look like we need to strengthen across the back four, especially on the left side. - Allan, Liversedge.

Familiar to earlier games in the season where we fail to create chances due to the lone man up front and a midfield too slow to support..We need to start with two up front. Wednesday were poor and there for the taking. We could even have lost but our performance was somewhat lacking. All in all, disappointing. - Paul, Skelmanthorpe.

Maybe one too many changes for me but both teams were not going to concede goals in this game.... - Dave, Brighouse.