After a strong start to the campaign, Sheffield Wednesday struggled to maintain the early positivity, but are since unbeaten in their last four.
The Owls have proven to be tough to beat, but they now have six draws to their name, a factor that is seemingly halting them right now.
Darren Moore’s side sit in ninth place at the moment and are just three points from the division’s play-offs, in what is shaping up to be an incredibly competitive League One this year.
After three successive score draws, The Owls travel to Cheltenham Town on Saturday, in hope to return to winning ways.
The Robins have been tough to beat on home soil this season, accumulating 13 of their 18 points at The Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
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As the wait until Saturday continues, here are two Sheffield Wednesday players who could be subject to transfer interest in January…
Not many people thought that a player with Barry Bannan’s ability would be operating in League One, but that was the case when the season got up and running.
The Scotsman’s range of passing, intelligence and tenacity, all combine to make him such a gifted midfielder at League One level, and someone who should really be operating quite high up in the higher division.
Whilst showing glimpses of his quality, he has not been as influential as he has been in recent years.
However, he is still someone who Championship clubs should be looking towards this summer, especially sides who have struggled to dominate midfield battles thus far.
Similarly, Josh Windass is a player that on paper is too good to be a third-tier player, however, a pre-season injury has halted his progress at Hillsborough this season.
Windass was a bright spark in what was quite a poor season by Wednesday’s standards last time out, and for that reason, it would have been no surprise to see a move to the Championship materialise.
If Windass can return to fitness within the next few weeks, and can get back to his excellent goalscoring form of last season, then a higher-level move could be back on the table.
If not, then Windass can enjoy half a season with Wednesday, and he will be a big boost to their promotion push.