The 24-year-old has struggled to hold down a place in Carlos Carvalhal's side this season.
The 24-year-old has made just six appearances in the Championship this season, and admitted that he tries to ensure that he takes his chances when they come his way.
"If its the other way and you are not playing and the team are not doing as well, it can be frustrating and you get drawn into that," he said.
"I just keep working hard, biding my time and do the best when called upon for the team. That's the way I look at it," he added.
Despite his slight discontent at not being regularly involved, he insisted that he is pleased with the way the Owls' campaign has gone so far.
"As long as the club are doing well and I am chipping in, I am happy," he explained.
Following Sunday's draw with Derby County, Wednesday sit seventh in the Championship table having lost just once in the league in their last 13 games.
And with a hectic few weeks ahead, Carvalhal will be hoping that the rotation policy that he has utilised so far, will benefit the squad as other sides become stretched with several games in quick succession.
And although Palmer may not be too keen on sitting on the sidelines on occasion over the coming weeks, he will not care too much if it strengthens the Owls' promotion bid.