- Stevie May keen to return to Championship action
- Owls face Cardiff City on Saturday
- All new experiences for Owls ace
Owls striker Stevie May is keen to return to Championship duty this weekend.
After the midweek cup clash with Manchester City, Wednesday face strugglers Cardiff away from home Saturday.
The Bluebirds are without a manager after parting company with Ole Gunnar Solskjær and have been strongly linked with Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade to fill the void.
Ahead of tomorrow’s game, May said: “It’s all new stadiums I’m going to every week so it’s a really exciting time for me and I’m enjoying every moment of it.
“This is just the start for me here and hopefully I can go on and have a really successful time with Sheffield Wednesday.”
Cardiff sit 16th in the Championship after a difficult start following their relegation from the top flight last season.
And the Welsh outfit failed to impress in their midweek Capital One Cup clash with Bournemouth, losing 3-0 on home soil.
May added: “It will be my first time at Cardiff and it will be tough there too. They were a Premier League side last season and have quality in their team.
“But they will be aware of our strengths and how well we’ve started our league campaign and we’re all ready for this one.”