Megson keeps cool after Cup upset

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Sheffield Wednesday manager Gary Megson was not getting too carried away with his side's defeat of West Ham in the FA Cup, insisting that ensuring such days return to Hillsborough for good is his main priority.

The npower League One promotion hopefuls saw off the Championship's second-placed side with a 1-0 win in South Yorkshire on Sunday, with Chris O'Grady's 88th-minute winner booking them a fourth-round trip to Blackpool and extending their unbeaten home run to 12 games this season.

But despite the result carrying a hint of an upset, Megson believes his side offered just a flavour of what they are capable of, and said: "We are all pleased when we get a result, and we all suffer as one when we don't."

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