Kieran Lee says he has worked hard to increase his output in terms of goals and that is paying off on the field.
The 26-year-old scored the Owls’ winning goal on Tuesday evening against Brentford, as he confidently stroked the ball into the net 15 minutes from time.
With two goals in his last five games and five for the campaign, Lee is enjoying his best season on the goal front, and told swfc.co.uk:
“It’s really pleasing and an improvement on last season when I scored just one goal.
“That’s what I want to do, score more goals and it would be nice to get one or two more before the season is out.
“The ball is seeming to fall for me at the moment. I think that comes from getting into the box more, making late runs and trying to get on the end of things.”
As Wednesday returned to winning ways against the Bees, Lee said his team mates had to work hard for the points.
He added: “It was a tough game but we knew that it would be. Brentford are pushing for play-offs, they like to play out from the back and move the ball quickly.
“They’ve got a lot of goal threats but we dug in, worked hard and got our rewards.
“Every game we play, we want to win. We don’t have the attitude that there’s nothing to play for, it’s not how we think as players.
“We want our work rate to remain high and give everything.”