Sheffield Wednesday currently have three players away from Hillsborough on temporary deals and swfc.co.uk tracks their progress with the loan report below.
Caolan Lavery: Promising striker Lavery joined Plymouth Argyle last week on an emergency loan deal.
The former Ipswich man, who has scored six goals in three league games for the SWFC Under-21s this season, will stay at Home Park until 1 January 2014.
Lavery made his debut for the League 2 outfit at the weekend in the club’s 2-1 win over Dagenham & Redbridge, coming off the bench in the 83rd minute.
Argyle midfielder Luke Young, who scored the winning goal against the Daggers on Saturday, said of Lavery: “That’s what everybody wants at a professional club.
“You want to have competition to fight for places; no place is guaranteed here. If you can keep everybody on their toes, everybody sharp, whoever comes in will know what their job is and everyone will support them.”
The 21-year-old had a short spell away from Hillsborough on loan last season with Southend, making three appearances for the Roots Hall club.
Danny Mayor: Owls midfielder Mayor joined League 2 side Bury on loan ahead of the 2013/14 campaign.
The ex-Preston man has been a regular fixture in the Shakers line-up, having made 16 appearances so far.
Mayor’s maiden goal for the club came in late August as Bury triumphed 4-1 over Cheltenham at Gigg Lane.
One win and three draws from Bury’s last five fixtures has seen the club climb away from the drop zone up to 21st in League 2.
Emmanuel Dieseruvwe: Young striker Dieseruvwe is currently enjoying his second loan spell of the season at Fleetwood Town.
The 19-year-old had earlier been on loan at Skrill Premier side Hyde FC, where he made seven appearances and has now featured a further three times for League 2 side Fleetwood.
Graham Alexander’s side are in fine form and amongst the contenders for promotion this season.
The club have won five of their last six games of which Dieseruvwe has made late substitute appearances in three of those wins against Newport County (4-1), Carlisle (2-0) and Mansfield (5-4).
The club currently sit fourth in League 2, one point shy of the automatic promotion positions.