Following tough back-to-back league games with Brighton and Ipswich, midfielder Giles Coke believes the international break came at a good time for Wednesday.
But after a fixtureless weekend and a solid week of training under the belt, the 27-year-old is raring to go ahead of Saturday’s trip to Bolton.
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As the Owls go in search of their first win of the season at The Reebok this weekend, Coke said:
“I think it’s always good to have that break. Some people say it’s not but I think the break has done us good and now we’re refreshed and ready to go again.
“I’m ready to go now, I’m looking forward to this next game and hopefully we can go on and start picking up some results.
“Other teams in this division have lost more games than us, we’re not panicking one bit and we’re still confident. When that first win comes, we will start picking up more and more.
“We need to start cutting out those little mistakes that have cost us points late in games and we will start winning, I’ve got no doubt about that.”
Saturday’s opponents Bolton bagged their maiden victory of the term last time out against Birmingham.
Dougie Freedman’s men are yet to win on home soil this season but Coke believes their success at St Andrews 14 days prior will make the Whites a sterner test.
He added: “If anything, they’ve got their win, so I expect they will kick on from that and it will be a harder game for us.
“We will have to up our game and be at our best in order to get the three points we are going for.”