Ross Wallace says there is plenty more to come from Wednesday this season, insisting his side can go through the gears in the coming weeks.
The Owls have four wins from the last six outings and resume their campaign with a tough challenge against a Huddersfield side top of the table.
But the Scot believes a big positive as far as Wednesday are concerned is that the club have yet to hit full throttle, as he explained:
“We are happy with how we are going but I think we can still go through the gears. We’ve still got levels to go and it’s a positive that we’ve not hit full throttle.
“Hopefully we kick on now and I think we will start going through the gears in the next few weeks.
“We’ve won four in our last six, we created chances against Brighton but we know we can raise our game.
“But we’ve played against some tough teams and this is a really difficult league. I think our form has been good and we have picked up points.”
The Terriers have so far taken the mantle of the division’s surprise package, sitting top of the pile 11 games in.
Wallace is under no illusions as to how tough the opposition are this weekend and as a capacity crowd and the sky cameras descend on the John Smith’s Stadium, the winger says Wednesday must be at their best.
He continued: “Huddersfield are playing some good stuff, we will have our hands full on Sunday so we have to be at it.”