Sheffield Wednesday stands firm in belief, in themselves and manager.
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Sheffield Wednesday stands firm in belief, in themselves and manager.

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Despite their defeat at the weekend, Sheffield Wednesday remain optimistic about their chances of making the great escape this season.

Will Vaulks was the Owls’ only nominee at the English Football League Awards on Sunday night, and by receiving the Player in the Community award for 2024, he became the first person to win it three times in a row, and with three separate teams.

But now that the trip to London is over, Vaulks and his teammates are back to work as they prepare for their big trip to Blackburn Rovers this weekend, and the Wednesday midfielder insists that they’re making the best of their situation after a disastrous start to their 2023/24 season before Danny Röhl arrived.

“It’s been an unbelievable season in so many ways,” Vaulks said in a statement. “I believe that if you had asked us 20 games ago if we would be pleased with a chance with three games remaining, we would have definitely taken it – so we must focus on the positives.

“In the last three games, we could’ve, should’ve, and deserved to take more points, but that’s in the past, and we must move forward. We have three big games to conclude the season, and I believe in our team, the manager, and our approach. “I am looking forward to it.”

Wednesday will move out of the bottom three this weekend if they defeat Blackburn and neither Huddersfield Town nor Birmingham City win their games, and Vaulks is expected to play a key role in the Owls’ bid to avoid relegation.

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