Sheffield Wednesday striker Atdhe Nuhiu on what he's found strange since moving to England

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday striker Atdhe Nuhiu joined the club back in 2013.

Atdhe Nuhiu has told Sheffield Wednesday's official website that he has found the lack of television coverage in England strange.

Nuhiu was used to playing his football in Austria, prior to his move to Hillsborough, and most of his matches were broadcast.

However, since completing a switch to Wednesday back in 2013, Nuhiu has rarely been seen on screen, with only a few of the Owls' matches selected for live showcase. 

Wednesday do have three games set to be shown on Sky Sports within the next two months, though, and Nuhiu is looking forward to showing the nation what he can do.

"When I used to play in Europe, the games were always on television and I like this," he said. 

“Since I moved to England, I found it strange that not every game is shown but we enjoy every Sky game that we have.

“We are playing well as a team and it’s a chance for us to show the world what we are capable of in these big matches.”

Wednesday's Championship matches against Hull City and Rotherham United are set to be shown live, while they also have a Capital One Cup match against Arsenal scheduled to be screened on Sky Sports.

The matches should all be tough tests for Wednesday, but they have reason to feel optimistic heading into all of them.

The Owls have won their last four games in all competitions, and they will be keen to continue that run when they return to action after the international break. 

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