Gray sets Wednesday's squad three targets to complete this season

Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray is determined to ensure that the team don't allow their season to end in mediocrity.

Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray has set his team three more targets to complete before the end of the season, as explained on the club's official website.

Wednesday may stand little chance of bridging the 12-point gap which separates them from sixth place and claim a play-off place, but Gray is determined not to let their season peter out.

As a result, the Owls boss has set a trio of challenges in an effort to ensure that his squad don't take their foot off the gas.

Gray wants Wednesday to beat their points total from last year, finish in a higher position in the table than in 2013/14 and endeavour to take maximum points from their last nine fixtures.

“I want to beat our points tally for last season, I want to finish higher than last season and I want to win every football match that we play," he said.

“As far as I’m concerned, we will be giving 100% in every game and we will not be letting up in terms of effort or commitment."

At the moment, Wednesday are occupying 11th spot in the Championship table and are on 50 points.

It means that they should comfortably complete the first two of Gray's targets, as they have almost improved on last term already.

Wednesday finished the 2013/14 campaign in 16th position and on 53 points and it would be a huge disappointment if they were not to better that, from this position, this time around.

Gray's third target of winning every game looks a little trickier, but Wednesday have a good chance to make a positive start tonight when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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