Wednesday will head to Watford with belief says Owls head coach Stuart Gray.
The Owls boss is confident his side can rise to the challenge against the Hornets and produce a response after defeat to Leeds last weekend.
While Watford are gunning to be crowned champions, the Owls have ambitions of their own to finish as strong as possible as Gray explained:
“I’m sure it will be a good atmosphere but we can’t get involved in that, we just need to focus on our jobs.
“Our last game is against a Watford side full of quality and they deserve to be where they are but we will have a say whether they go up as champions.
“When we missed our chance against Bournemouth so late in the game, we still had that belief that we could go on and make it 2-2.
“We have a belief in the squad that we can get a result where ever we go. Even if we go one or two goals behind.
“We go until the final whistle and that is what I have instilled into my players.”
He continued: “We’ve probably performed better against the bigger teams away from home but it’s important we respond after our last performance.
“They are a very good side and on a great run and they will want to go up as champions.
“We’re not an easy touch away from home, we’ll be playing on a good surface and we will go there looking to post a positive result.”