Sheffield Wednesday star Paul Corry says he wants loan exit from the club

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Sheffield Wednesday's Paul Corry has spoken about his future at the club today.

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Paul Corry says that he is hoping to get a loan move in the near future. 

The central-midfielder has been out of favour with Stuart Gray at Hillsborough this season, making just one appearance in the Capital One Cup.

Corry played during a 3-0 win over Notts County, but he did not do enough to retain his place in the side.

His route to the first-team looks blocked after the arrival of Watford midfielder Lewis McGugan on loan and it seems that he is now hoping for a temporary exit from the club.

"My aim has to be to get out and play games,” he said to the Sheffield Telegraph. “If that means I can push myself closer to the first-team when I get back and boost my CV, that’s all well and good.

“Development matches are good run-outs but they are not what I’m here to do. I want to play competitive football in front of big crowds.

“Hopefully something comes up for me in terms of a loan move.”

Corry joined the Owls from University College Dublin two years ago, but the move hasn't worked out how he would have been hoping.

The 23-year-old has made just eight appearances since arriving and this lack of first-team football is sure to be a frustration.

His opportunity to move out on loan may have passed, as the current deadline closes today, but he will be determined to get his switch in January. 

Wednesday's form recently hasn't been anywhere near good enough and if Corry cannot force his way into Gray's starting line-up now he is never likely to. 

The Owls have failed to win any of their last 10 fixtures, but Corry has defended his teammates and feels they are still playing well. 

“I know the fans are maybe getting frustrated that we haven’t won in the last 10 games but we haven’t lost many,” he said.

“If we can continue playing like we are doing, we will be fine."

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