Adam Reach enjoyed the feeling of scoring his first Owls goal against former club Preston on Saturday and is now out to add to his tally.
Although disappointed with the performance at Deepdale, Reach has looked towards the positives from the game - a hard-fought point in the bag from the 1-1 draw and his maiden Owls strike.
With little time to reflect on the game, the ex-Middlesbrough man now looks forward to Monday’s clash with Wolves at Hillsborough.
“It’s nice to get the weight off my shoulders with the goal,” he said. “We were disappointed because we didn’t play as well as we could but a point at Preston is always positive.
“We have another game coming up quickly so we’ll look to recover well and go again.
“In the months to come towards the end of the season, we could well look back on the point at Deepdale as a big one.”
Wednesday’s first game of 2017 will be in front of a sell-out home crowd at Hillsborough against Wolves.
The two sides met at Molineux just five weeks ago when the Owls triumphed 2-0 and Reach added:
“We are looking forward to a great atmosphere that we know our fans will create. They have been brilliant and were so again at Preston.
“It was nice to score the goal in front of them in stoppage time and hopefully if I play on Monday, I can add another.”