Stuart Gray says his players are fully focused on the five remaining games of the 2014/15 season.
While Wednesday look set for a mid-table finish, the head coach has said there is still plenty on the line for the players.
With many out of contract in the summer, Gray believes the current squad must give everything for the supporters and themselves, with the building process for next season edging ever closer.
“The players are playing for their futures and for their careers,” Gray said. “There are a lot of players out of contract in the summer.
“What I want the players to do is focus on playing well for Sheffield Wednesday and then we will sit down with them at the end of the season.
“I want them all focused on the next five games and 15 points that are left to fight for.”
Victory this weekend would see the Owls leapfrog the Addicks and that is the next challenge for Wednesday.
He continued: “I don’t want any complacency creeping in. At the moment we are going into our last five games and still have a big say in this Championship.
“We can go above Charlton this weekend with a win, we’ve got Leeds to play and then we will have a say in what happens with the play-offs and automatic promotion.
“We don’t want the season to fizzle out and I won’t allow that to happen with these players.”