Lee Gregory has been crowned the League One Player of the Month for April.
The striker finished the campaign in red-hot form, scoring eight goals in nine games to help the Owls cement a fourth-placed finish and a spot in the play-offs.
Gregory was also on target against Sunderland in the play-offs, which alas ended in disappointment for his side.
Last month, the 33-year-old excelled in particular against Fleetwood at Highbury Stadium, bagging a hat-trick as Wednesday came from 2-1 down to win 3-2.
Overall, the former Millwall man bagged 17 goals and laid on five assists during his maiden year in S6.
Gregory’s tally means only two players have scored more league goals in a season this century for Wednesday, Steven MacLean in 2004/05 and Gary Madine in 2011/12.
The forward becomes the second Owls player to win the award this season, with captain Barry Bannan picking up the accolade in March.