Owls skipper Glenn Loovens has spoken ahead of the clash with Hull this weekend and underlined the importance of a return to winning ways at Hillsborough.
While the Owls have remained unbeaten throughout the last six games – the current longest unbeaten streak in the Championship - Loovens says everyone is aware of the need to register three points on Saturday.
Ahead of the Tigers clash, the captain has called on everyone to pull together during this important stage of the season:
He said: “Of course we want to go out there and be on the front foot but things will not always go your way.
“Sometimes you have to be patient, be positive because everyone around the football club has to do this and stay together.
“If we all stick together this is the best way. The fans are so important, especially if things are not going our way.
“We have to do our part as players and if we all do what we are supposed to do, then I don’t think there is any team that can come here and beat us.
“We all want the same things so why not do it together? I think we can still achieve nice things.”
Barry Bannan added: “Everybody wants to do their best, we’re all in it together, everybody to get into the Premier League.
“We are trying to get there, we want it as much as the fans do and we really need them at the minute to be behind us.
If they are right behind, I am confident we will get the right results.”
Following Tuesday afternoon’s training session, swfc.co.uk caught up with Owls quintet Loovens, Bannan, Ross Wallace, Jack Hunt and Atdhe Nuhiu.
Watch what they had to say in the video above.