Darren Moore has spoken of how he continues to strive to build the right culture at Wednesday after taking on what he calls “a broken club” almost a year ago.
Moore, who completes 12 months as Owls boss on Tuesday, said: “The big thing for me is about building a culture at the football club.
“We were speaking last week about it being six years since the club came back from behind to win a game away from home.
“A club of Sheffield Wednesday’s size and ilk. I’m dumbfounded and baffled by that.
“I arrived at the football club and I wasn’t deluded about the size of the task at this club. We just have to continue to work together.
“It’s not me Darren Moore, the manager. I’m just a cog in it. Everybody has to play their part, the players, the fans, everybody, in turning this club around and getting that good feeling and fortunes back in here, to get people coming back in here, proud and supporting their team.
“We have tried to build a competitive team this season and build that connection back with the fans. It was a broken club here and we still have work to do, but it’s down to everybody.”
Moore, who was speaking after the win over Charlton took us back into the play-off positions, added: ”We want unity, we want oneness, we want togetherness and you get that from performances like that. Hopefully, the fans are seeing a group of players that care about the club and that it means a lot to them.”