Daniel Pudil wants Sheffield Wednesday move to be made permanent

Daniel Pudil has signed on loan for Sheffield Wednesday from Watford.

Daniel Pudil has confirmed to the Sheffield Star that he would be keen to make his Sheffield Wednesday loan move a permanent one.

The defender has arrived on a season-long switch from Watford, but he wants to make the move a longer-term one.

Pudil has loved his time at Wednesday so far, and he believes he is currently playing for one of the biggest clubs in Great Britain.

“Sheffield Wednesday is one of the biggest clubs in the UK and there are so many supporters here,” the defender said. “We all have one target and that is getting in the top six.

“I would like to stay in Sheffield. If the chairman wants me at the end of the season, I would be perfectly happy.”

Pudil has been a key part of Wednesday’s first team since arriving, and he has played 15 times for the Owls in all competitions.

The left-back has already shown his quality at Championship level, as he helped Watford climb into to the Premier League last term.

He will be hoping for a repeat scenario this time around, too, as Wednesday have launched themselves into promotion contention.

Carlos Carvalhal’s side are currently lurking just outside the play-off spots, but their form has been very impressive.

Wednesday have lost just two of their last 16 matches, and if they are able to beat Cardiff City this weekend, they could move into the top six.

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