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Class is permanent

8 December 2020

Josh Windass has hailed the impact of team mate Adam Reach as the Owls head to Huddersfield in the Championship on Tuesday night.

Wednesday take on the Terriers smarting from their narrow reverse at league leaders Norwich and Windass believes we have the tool to unlock the hosts’ defence this evening – and none more so than Reach.

He said: “We all know the saying about class being permanent and that is Reachy – a class player. He’s had a couple of assists recently and scored himself so some people think he’s returned to form but ask the lads and they will tell you he hasn’t been out of form.

“He puts the work in week in, week out, but you only seem to get the headlines with the assists or the goals.

“But he’s a quality player – the cross at Norwich for my goal wasn’t just service, it was ridiculous, world class. I got a bit of eye contact with him and that’s why I made that little darting run, and quality of the cross….well, I couldn’t miss.

“That’s what Reachy can do. He’s the kind of player who can make things happen.”

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