The future of Josh Windass at Sheffield Wednesday is something which has dominated headlines for much of the summer transfer window.
The 27-year-old was one of a few shining lights for the Owls last term as they suffered relegation back down to Sky Bet League One and has been attracting interest in his services ever since.
Previous reports suggested that Wednesday had set a £5 million price tag for their talisman, however this has been refuted by Yorkshire Live who suggest that the club have no intention of selling Windass at all.
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Darren Moore was quick to emphasise recently just how important a player that the former Glasgow Rangers man is, as he seemingly suggested that he saw the forward as a big part of the club’s plans moving into the 2021/22 campaign.
Windass is under contract at Hillsborough until the summer of next year and hasn’t given any indication that he would like to depart for pastures new, despite interest from elsewhere.
For now the player is currently awaiting scan results on a hamstring injury that he picked up in pre-season, with the Owls sure to be hopeful that it is not too serious.
With just a few weeks until the season kicks off, many at Wednesday will be feeling confident that Windass will stay put at the club this summer, with interest having seemingly diminished as time has gone on.