Danny Rohl says last weekend’s first Championship win of the season for Wednesday needs to be just the start of a revival under his managership.
We travel to managerless Bristol City tomorrow hoping to follow up the Rotherham victory with another three points and Rohl said at the pre-match press conference: ““We’ve nothing to celebrate – just the first win. I always want more.
“We need to want more and develop more. It’s not about leaning back and celebrating. Until now we’ve nothing to celebrate, just the first win. I always want more.
“It was important we got the first win, yes, but we know we must do a lot more in the next few weeks. We want more and I expect the players to be hungry.
“It’s about creating self-confidence and there is a process here now.”
There are no new injury problems, with Juan Delgado and Momo Diaby still on the sidelines but Diaby, who was a casualty in the early season game with Preston, is now back training on the grass, albeit he is not currently a registered member of the 25-man squad.
We go into the game at mid-table Bristol City, who sacked former Owls skipper Nigel Pearson last weekend, knowing that another three points could take us off the bottom of the table on goal difference.
And, reflecting on the warmest of Hillsborough welcomes he received from the Wednesday fans before, during and after the Rotherham game, Rohl added: “The reception was amazing, it was massive from the fans. And my heart told me I was in the right place at the end of the game.”