Fernando Forestieri believes he is in the best form of his career.
There is no doubt that the 25-year-old has hit the ground running with Wednesday, underlined by a healthy goal ratio of one every two games.
Following his brace against Wolves – moving him to eight goals from 16 games - he thanked his team mates and the head coach and said:
“For me, I have a lot of confidence because I have eight goals. It’s important for me because I think I am starting to do the best in my career.
“Because of that I want to say thank you to the team and the gaffer because he has given a lot of confidence to me.
“The players have helped me to fit in a lot and I want to say thank you very much to them.
“I need to carry on like this because this is the best football of my life.”
It was indeed a stunning comeback at Hillsborough as the Owls romped to a 4-1 win over the Molineux side having gone behind to a Benik Afobe penalty.
If performance levels remain the same, Forestieri sees no reason why the Owls can’t go on to be a success this season but has stressed the need for consistency.
He added: “We feel confident and we showed today we can fight for something important.
“We need to be more consistent but I think we can do good things in this league.
“If we play like today, we can beat any team.”