Owls Under-23 midfielder Sean Clare is out to make an impression with loan club Accrington Stanley.
The 20-year-old joined Stanley late last week before making his debut for the club on Saturday in their 1-1 draw with Carlisle.
Clare came on from the bench in the 80th minute as ten-man Stanley picked up what could prove a crucial point in their battle to avoid the drop.
He told Accrington’s official website: “My first target is to get myself into the team.
“The manager has told me that if I do well then there’s always a chance I’ll be in his team so that has to be my first goal.
“I have to try to get myself solidly in that team and from there keep improving, keep impressing and try to stay in the team.
“The players are looking to play, they’re all eager to do their best and they made a good impression on me in the first training session. I believe this is a good place for me to come.”
Now into his second loan spell after a temporary move to Bury last season, Clare has enjoyed steady progress at Hillsborough since joining from the Nike Academy in 2016.
The midfielder believes this latest loan move presents a perfect opportunity to continue his development and he added:
“I feel like I play better under a bit of pressure, when there’s something on the game.
“I think it’s all good experience. I feel like with the players that are here, the clubs is in a false position in the league.
“If I can come in and add something to the team, a few goals, then hopefully I can help them up the league.”