Last weekends list of released fist-team players was the first example of Steve Bruce putting his stamp onto Sheffield Wednesday with the summer transfer window looming.
It will be first of many transfer actions with arrivals and departures likely to be plentiful as he looks to turn the Owls into promotion challengers again.
But one non-transfer related move he has taken recently is to offer a new contract to central midfielder Kieren Lee, report the Sheffield Star.
The 30-year-old has struggled badly with injury this season but Bruce clearly feels that he still has a job for him at Hillsborough.
But is this the right move?
“I think this is the right move by Wednesday.
“He has been a fantastic servant to the club and still possesses real quality in the middle of the park.
“He may now be 30 years of age, but he’s a club legend, and sometimes you need those type of experienced players at the club to help them keep on progressing.”
“The best move for both parties.
“Lee has really struggled with injuries this season and it was good to see him make his long-awaited return not so long ago.
“I think he’s got unfinished business at the club and will be a crucial player for Steve Bruce’s side next season.”
“It’s great to see.
“Lee has had some problems with injuries this season but has been a great servant to the club throughout his career.
“So it is brilliant to see them repaying the favour and offering him a new deal.”