The England under-21 international has three goals in nine games for The Owls.
If there is one area in which Sheffield Wednesday have struggled this season, it is in front of goal.
The Owls have struggled for goals all season, sitting at the bottom of the goals scored pile for quite some time.
In recent weeks, however, since the drab 0-0 with Brighton, they have started to score more regularly. They have scored eight goals in their last four games and one player who can take some credit for that is striker Will Keane - whose performances have really caught the eye for the Yorkshire side.
He arrived at the club at the end of January on loan from Manchester United and has slowly found his feet. He has now scored three goals in nine games for the Owls, including a recent strike against high-flying Middlesbrough.
And he has declared himself happy with his start to life at Hillsborough. Sky Sports quote him as saying:
"I think I've taken to it quite well.
"I had the experience of being on loan last year so I'm used to the physicality of it. It's a tough league to play in.
"But the players around me have helped me a lot and I think the two recent wins have helped with our confidence and all the lads have got a bit of belief.
"I'm really enjoying it."
The England under-21 international has struggled at his previous loan clubs. He failed to find the net at both Wigan Athletic and QPR in recent times, so to be on three goals for Wednesday already will certainly sit well with the player.
With first-team opportunities unlikely to be plentiful at United who knows, he might just stick around with The Owls for a while longer?