Sheffield Wednesday appear to have turned things around following the dismissal of Jos Luhukay.
The Owls have managed to pick up back-to-back 1-0 victories against Preston North End and Middlesborough under Lee Bullen and have eased the pressure they have found themselves under in the Championship table.
The caretaker boss has brought a number of players back into the fold, with senior trio Kieren Westwood, Sam Hutchinson and George Boyd all being included in recent squads.
And, it appears Adam Reach has welcomed that decision, whilst possibly taking a subtle dig at Luhukay’s decision to freeze them out of his first-team plans.
“They are all big players,” he told the Sheffield Star.
“They’re not just experienced players – they’re good players as well.
“They would benefit any Championship squad coming back to it’s nice to have them back.”
Things certainly look to be going in the right direction for Sheffield Wednesday following the departure of Luhukay.
The integration of the senior trio will have had a huge influence in helping to improve results and it creates the question as to why the Dutchman appeared to banish them from his first-team plans.
The Owls will now be looking to make it three wins in a row when they meet Championship high-fliers West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.
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