Last Updated: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 14:29
Dave Jones feels his side may need a record points tally to avoid relegation after securing back-to-back wins with victory at Millwall.
Millwall, who face Wigan in their FA Cup semi-final on Saturday, were leading through Jimmy Abdou's goal after just 63 seconds, but Miguel Llera pulled one back before the interval and Chris Maguire sealed a 2-1 win in stoppage time to lift the Owls six points clear of the bottom three.
"We weren't going to let them go into the semi-final in relaxed mode," said Jones.
"It was a good finish for the winner. It was the best time to score, with 30 seconds left.
"Everybody's done their job, certainly in the second half. In the first half I was disappointed with the way we started, but our first goal settled us down.
"It could have gone either way. We both had chances.
"Every win in this division is a big win. But we've still got to keep driving on and get as many points as we possibly can until it is mathematically certain we are safe.
"I think it will probably be the highest points tally to keep teams in the division, and the lowest to go up. It's absolutely ridiculous. It just shows you how hard this division is."
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