Former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Carlton Palmer has tipped Barry Bannan and the Owls to bounce back following their recent 3-0 loss to Plymouth Argyle.
Wednesday were easily beaten by Ryan Lowe’s side at Home Park over the weekend and Bannan particularly came in for criticism from some supporters.
That defeat leaves the Yorkshire club in 12th place in League One, but they are still just five points off first-placed Sunderland after a strong start to the season overall.
Are you concerned by Bannan's last outing?
No, just a bad day
Next up is a home tie against Shrewsbury Town and Palmer is confident that Bannan and the rest of the team will perform much better this time round.
“Barry Bannan’s been arguably Sheffield Wednesday’s most consistent player over the last three or four seasons,” Palmer said in an exclusive interview with TT. “You know, he’s had a bad game, that happens. We all have a bad day at the office.
“Barry’s a very, very good Championship player, so it’s one of those games. He’ll be back next week.
“The next performance, he’ll be trying doubly hard, like they all will, to put that result behind them.”
Certainly, a player of his experience, you would expect the 31-year-old to bounce straight back following that disappointment at Home Park.
Again, overall, Wednesday have made a promising start to life in League One, so there is no need for too much criticism or panic just yet.
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