Bus is determined to break into Romania's national team, and he doesn't feel that he can do that without regular first-team football.
The 22-year-old has played just twice for Wednesday so far this season, and he has become frustrated at watching from the sidelines.
“We have spoken about going on loan but for now I am trying to concentrate here,” Bus said. “We will see if I don’t play in the next few games.
“I am very young and I need to play to get in the national team. I have spoken to the gaffer of the national team and they want me to play. I need to play for my club to play for my country.”
So far this season Bus has had to play second fiddle to the likes of Atdhe Nuhiu and Lucas Joao, who have been given far more regular opportunities.
The powerful forward was brought in by the Owls in January of last year, but he has struggled to make an impact and still only scored once.
When on the pitch this season, his lack of match sharpness has been evident, and he did miss a sitter against Newcastle United in his last outing.
A loan move could, therefore, benefit everyone involved in the transfer, but it remains to be seen whether Carlos Carvalhal will sanction a deal.