- Gary Taylor-Fletcher looks forward to Huddersfield
- Striker spent two years with the Terriers
- Eye injury cleared up and loanee ready to go
Between June 2005 and July 2007, Gary Taylor-Fletcher enjoyed a productive spell with Huddersfield Town.
This weekend, though, the Leicester loanee will be out to haunt his former club as Wednesday head to the John Smith’s Stadium.
The Owls v Terriers clash is to be aired live on Sky Sports and Taylor-Fletcher is looking forward to making his return to West Yorkshire.
“I had a good two years at Huddersfield, we had a good team and the fans were brilliant with me,” he said.
“I remember my time there fondly and look forward to going back.
“I enjoyed a good spell there, scored goals and most of them came from right midfield because I was played there a lot.”
The 33-year-old scored 26 goals in 78 starts for the Terriers and is working towards registering his first in the blue and white of Wednesday.
“That’s what I want,” he told the Owls’ official website. “I have been here the past month now and this weekend is a big game for us.
“It would be great for me to score but as long as we do score and get the points that is the main thing.
“These are definitely the game you want to play in. The derby games, the ones that get the fans going.
“The game is shown live so that shows there is plenty of interest and hopefully on the day we can deliver.”
The striker had to withdraw early from the action last time out against Rotherham, having picked up an eye injury in the first half that required treatment.
But Taylor-Fletcher has reported positive news on that front and said:
“It’s settled down. It hindered me in training the following week but it has cleared up now and I’m all good to go."