Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner had no complaints after the 1-0 home defeat by Championship play-off chasers Sheffield Wednesday - even if he thought his side should have had a penalty.

Wagner reckoned a Wednesday player handled from a Philip Billing header before the visitors claimed the points courtesy of Fernando Forestieri's 83rd-minute winner.

"We saw a very interesting game from two good sides," said the Town chief, whose side dropped to 18th but remain eight points above the
relegation zone.

"Both were very focused and concentrated, each gave the opposition attack little space.

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"Sheffield had two good opportunities and scored one, and if they are clinical like this, they deserve the result they got.

"We had one good chance, a header by Phil Billing which led to a handball. In my opinion it was a penalty."

Town take on another promotion chaser when they got to Middlesbrough on Tuesday and Wagner said: "We have try again to be successful
against one of the top teams.

"I don't think anyone expected there would be so few goal chances in the Sheffield game and I was very satisfied with the defending of my
side. We stayed focused but lost the control in our game at one moment and it cost us.

"We have to learn from this experience and we saw there is distance between ourselves and the teams at the top of this league. It is our work to make this distance closer over the next months and years."