It’s been almost two weeks since the Owls’ unbeaten run of 11 games came to end at The Valley in the 3-1 defeat to Charlton.
After an intense period of fixtures for the club which brought about success in both the league and cup, the clash in South East London was one game too far for the Owls.
But refreshed after the international break, the head coach says his side are re-energised and ready to perform at their usual high standard.
He said: “When you have a game and you don’t understand the reason why you lost, then you have a problem.
“In the Charlton game it was very easy to explain why we lose. The opponent had more energy than us in that moment. It was very clear.
“We don’t talk too much about that game, we follow our work and l felt this week that our team is back again.”
The work on the training pitch has pleased Carlos, who now expects his players to be with full energy this weekend.
Wednesday are back on home soil against Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield, where they have tasted defeat just once this season – back in August against Middlesbrough.
Looking to extend that unbeaten run in S6 on Saturday, Carlos continued:
“I am very happy because our team is back again to full energy and ready to do what we usually do.
“I expect our team on Saturday to be back playing at the usual high level.”