Daniel Pudil says he is feeling good ahead of Sunday’s clash with league leaders Huddersfield.
The Owls head to The John Smith’s Stadium looking to end the Terriers 100% start on home soil.
Pudil – who returned from injury for the clash with Brighton – says he is ready to go again after the international break.
“I haven’t had any problems, we had some rest for a few days and we were then working hard for a few more,” Pudil said.
“I feel good so I should be OK to play if the coach chooses me.
“It was good for me to get some rest and recover from the injury, then get back to training with no games in the middle.”
Although it meant missing out on joining up with his Czech Republic team mates for their World Cup qualifiers with Germany and Azerbaijan, Pudil believes the break served him well as he explained:
“Everyone likes to play but it is a very long season in the Championship, we play a lot of games, 46 is a lot of games.
“It is good for the players to get some time to rest and be ready for another big match against the team at the top of the league.”