Striker May tipped to end Sheffield Wednesday drought

Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray backed striker Stevie May to end his goalscoring drought after the striker missed chances against Brentford.

The 21-year-old, who has not found the net in six games, hit the post in the first half of a goalless draw at Griffin Park and boss Gray insisted he was pleased to come away with a point.

“I’m sure Stevie will get a run of goals soon. He’s hit the post tonight and how it’s ended up goalless I don’t know,” Gray said.

“We’ve dominated periods in both halves and their keeper’s made a number of fine saves. But collectively it was a great team effort.

“I’ve got to give the forwards credit for the way they defended from the front and attacked. I’m sure they’ll start scoring soon but I need goals from all around the team too.

“We’ve also got to start scoring from set-pieces with our defenders, which we’re not doing. We had a lot of chances from those today.”

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