All Championship sides were given the green light to return to training this week ahead of a potential league resumption next month.
On Monday, the Sheffield Wednesday players brushed off the cobwebs and returned to the training ground to prepare for a Championship comeback.
Despite being limited to training in small groups, the Owls’ first few sessions seem to have been a success, with players happy to be back among the action. Moses Odubajo has spoken to the club about his return to the training pitch.
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“It was tough, especially in the sun!” the defender told Wednesday. “I thought it would be tough but maybe not as much as hard as it was on Monday but it gives us a good base and an idea where we are all at fitness-wise.”
Odubajo also commented on the fitness levels of the team, saying it’s clear his teammates have kept themselves in shape during the uncertainty of the government lockdown period.
On Monday, the 26-year-old trained with Alessio Da Cruz, Jordan Rhodes and Liam Palmer. He went on to say the recent spell of no football has given him time to improve and work on himself.
“I’ve had time to reflect so this period has given me time to review and reflect on things I can do better and will do better.”
Odubajo has made 17 appearances for Wednesday this season, but wasn’t featured for the last seven games before Championship football was suspended (via Transfermarkt). The right-back will be looking to kick on upon his return and cement his place back in the starting lineup.
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