Sunday marks the end of a long, hard season for the Owls, as the club sign off the 2017/18 season with a home clash against Norwich.
The campaign has brought highs but more lows and as the curtain begins to draw, Adam Reach believes Wednesday will come back stronger.
The 25-year-old has been one of the big positives, stepping up to make 52 appearances and on occasion, captain the side.
Following the clash with the Canaries, the former Middlesbrough man will enjoy the break and look forward to going again when the squad re-group in late June.
He said: “I’ve been involved in every single game and when you reach that level of consistency, your performances will always improve, because that’s what players do.
“It’s a force of habit when you’ve played so many games in a row, you seem to know what to do even before the ball comes.
“I’ve had a clean run and hopefully that happens again next season.
“We’ve got to get back to basics, which I think we’ve done over the past three months under this manager.
“We’ve looked solid with that back five and we’ve worked from that foundation.
“Whether we are running up and down mountains all day or if we’ve got the ball out straight away, we just want the feeling at the end of July that we are ready for the fight.
“There’s nothing better than getting off to a good start to the season, your confidence starts building and results start coming and you pick up points.
“We need to come back and be ready for the fight in the first game whoever it’s against.”
Read more from Reach in Sunday’s final edition of our award-winning matchday programme ‘Wednesday.’