Sheffield Wednesday have failed to win a game since the last international break, although they do enter the current one with a hard-fought draw against Sheffield United.
The Owls lost four of the five games in that period and speculation has started to mount on whether Jos Luhukay will be remaining as manager at Hillsborough.
However, the Dutchman is still in that position and will be preparing his side for a tough test against Derby County when the Championship returns.
Luhukay admitted that the owners want the club to achieve promotion but that is something he does not share the same opinion on.
“I think that is not possible yet, but everyone has an opinion. We do what we can and I have not yet received any indication that the club wants to get rid of me,” he said.
Luhukay also revealed that his current job with Sheffield Wednesday will likely be his last one in football.
“If this club had not come, I might have already stopped. I had never thought about the Championship, never even seen a match in England. But I still wanted to take the opportunity to experience another football culture. I am glad that I have been able to experience this,” he added.
Luhukay’s position has certainly appeared to be in a precarious position recently following a poor run of results that has seen them slip well away from the playoffs.
The Owls do have a number of winnable games coming up in the near future and the owners will want to see vast improvements in those fixtures.
Although Luhukay has had no indication that the club wants to get rid of him, if things do not improve, it is likely he will be shown the exit door sooner rather than later.
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