Sheffield Wednesday’s on-loan forward Josh Windass says he believes he will only get better for the Owls once the football season gets back underway.
Windass joined Wednesday from Championship rivals Wigan Athletic on the final day of the January transfer window, and has since gone on to score twice in four appearances for the club.
While that has not been enough to prevent Wednesday from slipping down the table and seemingly out of play-off contention altogether, Windass is still optimistic he and his temporary club can enjoy a positive conclusion to the campaign on the pitch, whenever that may be.
Taking part in a QandA session on his Instagram page, Windass was asked for his opinion on his time at Wednesday so far, with Yorkshire Live quoting the attacker as saying: “Great, good set of lads and good environment to get better.”
Prior to his move to Wednesday, Windass – who has expressed his desire to make his move permanent – had featured 16 times for Wigan this season, scoring on four occasions.
There is currently just over a year remaining on Windass’ contract with the Latics, securing his future at The DW Stadium until the end of next season.
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Despite the fact that he has not an altogether regular feature for Wednesday, and the struggles they have endured in recent months, it does seem as though Windass has settled in well at Hillsborough.
That is something that further strengthens the feeling that he wants to make this move permanent when the transfer window reopens, and improving his game further when football resumes, as he mentions here, is something that can only help him when it comes to doing that.