Never short of excitement and drama, Barry Bannan is sure the play-offs will live up to their reputation this time around.
The Scot is looking forward to everything the end of season play-off lottery will throw at the Owls having successfully gained a top six finish.
Brighton, Hull, Derby and Wednesday are the four competing for a place in the Premier League via the play-off route and Bannan said:
“You would rather be in our position than going on holiday after the last game of the season.
“There is going to be lots of drama and lots of ups and downs. Hopefully we can go into these games and come out the other end victorious. I’m confident we have the ability to do that.”
And Bannan has plenty of ambition beyond that.
The influential midfield man is eager to get into the top flight with the Owls and be a success amongst the elite.
He continued: “I think the teams going up now, teams like Bournemouth who went up last year, have survived comfortably in the end.
“Leicester went on to win the league and deservedly so and it just shows that if you get up there with the right things in place behind you, then you’ve got a great chance of being a success.
“It’s the best league in the world without a doubt, the Premier League is where you want to be.
“Everybody in our changing room wants to be there and we’ve given ourselves a great chance.”