- Lewis McGugan wants to repay Owls
- Midfielder on his second loan spell with Wednesday
- The 26-year-old is aiming to hit the ground running
Owls loanee Lewis McGugan has said he aims to repay Sheffield Wednesday by producing the goods on the pitch.
The 26-year-old was delighted to return to S6 after a previous loan spell earlier in the campaign.
McGugan wants to help the Owls finish 2014/15 in strong fashion and he told the club’s official website:
“I wanted to go to a club where I felt wanted and hopefully I can repay everyone now with my performances.
“The fans have been tremendous with me, made me feel welcome and that is a strong reason for coming back.
“I want to hit the ground running and get down to work quickly.”
McGugan made seven appearances for Wednesday on loan between last November and December before returning to Watford.
Now the former Forest man wants to get down to business and concentrate on his football at Hillsborough.
He added: “It’s great to be back. In my last spell I enjoyed it and everyone around the place made me feel welcome.
“I’m glad it’s done and I can now concentrate until the end of the season and give my best for this club.
“We have a strong base, we don’t concede a lot of goals and that’s massive to have. We need to build on that.
“I’ve been in this league long enough to know that anything is possible, there’s always one team that rises from the pack so I don’t see why that can’t be us.”