Kadeem Harris has pledged to come back better and stronger once the players receive the green light to resume training.
Whilst completely conversant with the bigger picture, Harris is focused on returning to duty when the nation reverts to some kind of normality.
The Wednesday wideman enjoyed a promising start to his S6 career but agrees his form slipped in tandem with that of the team before the COVID-19 pandemic brought the country to a halt:
He said: “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with Sheffield Wednesday. There have been ups and downs but I was playing week in and week out and that’s one of the reasons I signed for this club.
“I was really happy with the way I started but I think all our standards dropped since that Christmas period really.
“There’s not one thing you can really put your finger on but what this time away has done is given all of us time to reflect on how we can improve when we get back to training and hopefully playing.
“First and foremost, it’s essential we only come back when it’s safe to do so and that goes for the whole country in every walk of life. We will be guided by the authorities.
He added: “When we do come back, I want to get back to the kind of form I had at the beginning.
“Looking back, I think I was maybe playing with more confidence, I really wanted to hurt my full back.
“I don’t know if I wasn’t seeing the ball as much or just generally we didn’t play as well as a team. But this is a talented squad, the boys are all together and we know we are capable of much more.
“Personally right now I am feeling fit, strong and positive and when we do get back, I will never be more ready.”