Stevie May has spoken of the passion and desire of the players to get as many points as possible from the remaining seven fixtures.
The striker says the comeback last time out at Rotherham shows the kind of spirit that is in the camp at present.
And the 22-year-old says there will be no let-up on that front as the Owls go in search of a strong finish to the season.
“Our last game shows a lot about the team spirit and the passion and desire to go and get the wins.
“Rotherham needed the win more so than we did but that says everything about this team.
“We want to go out and win every game and enjoy our football. We have some tough games to finish with so we have to be mentally right from now to the end.
“We have two games now in quick succession, Saturday and Monday, so the full squad will be called upon and we are ready to go.
“I want to play as much as I can and obviously as a striker, get on the scoresheet.”
Away from Hillsborough, May has been on international duty with Scotland, who are well placed to qualify for Euro 2016.
Gordon Strachan’s men are level on ten points with Germany in second place, one point off group leaders Poland.
He added: “It’s always good to be involved on international duty and it’s no surprise to me how well the squad are doing.
“There is a lot of quality there and everyone is really confident going into games expecting to get results.”