David Prutton has told Wednesday Player of his delight at holding down a regular shirt in the Owls midfield.
The 31-year-old spent the first part of the season on loan with League 1 side Scunthorpe before returning to Hillsborough in late November.
And since his return, Prutton has played a major role in the Wednesday engine room, making 14 appearances for Dave Jones’ side so far.
He said: “It’s not as out of the ordinary a people might think because things can change quickly in football and you have to adapt to what is going on at any particular moment.
“But I’ve enjoyed every minute of it so far.
“I didn’t really know what would happen when I came back but the way it’s panned out for me has been really good.
“It’s not about what you have done last season, it’s about what you’re doing now and the cliché of just concentrating on the next game is true and no matter where I’ve played, that’s what I always have done.”
The Owls are unbeaten in seven and welcome a Nottingham Forest side to Hillsborough on Saturday, who have also enjoyed an upturn in results since the return of Billy Davies as boss.
But Prutton is aiming for Wednesday’s impressive run to continue and to edge further away from the bottom three positions in the Championship.
He said: “We started off the first part of the season really brightly and then went on a run without winning.
“But we have pulled together as a team, put a good run of results together and not done too badly.
“We are still in a position that we would like to move away from so it is all very much still a work in progress.”