Darren Moore addressed the media in a busy press conference on Friday morning and the message was clear – we can get back on track.
The Owls are in the midst of a six-game losing run and the task to reverse that form is as tough as it gets with league leaders Norwich visiting Hillsborough on Sunday.
But Moore pointed to the positives in the S6 camp and dismissed any notion of the Canaries contest being the proverbial ‘free hit.’
He said: “It’s not a free hit, it’s the next fixture and a hugely important one. Norwich are a good team but this division is littered with good teams.
“But if we can get that group cohesion and consistency going, we feel that we have got a good team here. We have to continue to make up those small yards in all departments and then I think we can get back on track.
“The players have to remember they are good players and highly elite footballers. There is still a lot to play for and we look no further than the game at the weekend.
“We know it will be tough and we will play against one of the most in-form teams in the league.
We look forward to the challenge that it presents.”