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Windass confident the goals will come

28 October 2022

Club News

Windass confident the goals will come

28 October 2022

While the Owls have far from struggled to put the ball in the back of the net this season, it’s an area Josh Windass is keen to improve.

Wednesday are second top scorers at home in the division and have hit the back of the net 29 times from 16 League One outings.

Goals have come from all over the field too, but the 28-year-old cut a frustrated figure in midweek as the Owls had to settle for a second successive 1-1 draw.

After dominating much of last weekend’s stalemate at Lincoln, Wednesday were left to rue missed opportunities at the LNER Stadium.

In-form Bristol Rovers then left with a point after a good midweek battle in S6, though goalkeeper James Belshaw had to be on top form to keep the Owls out and left Hillsborough with Sky’s Player of the Match award.

“I’ve said it before but when you play for a club like this, you can draw a game and feel like you’ve been beaten 5-0,” Windass said post-match.


“I expect a lot more from myself in terms of output. We have had a lot of different goal scorers this season which is important but we want them going in consistently and we’ve got four or five players at the club who, in my opinion, can do that.”

Windass has scored four times so far this season with his most recent goal coming earlier this month against Cheltenham at Hillsborough.

“We will find a solution,” he continued. “Obviously Smudge scored on Wednesday night, Greggers scored at the weekend so hopefully we can all start getting our tallies up.

“We’ve got to keep playing our football.

“I’m confident in every game, just because you don’t score it doesn’t mean you’re not playing well, it doesn’t mean the team isn’t playing well.”

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