Sheffield Wednesday came from behind to beat Birmingham City 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Sheffield Wednesday produced a stirring recovery at St. Andrews on Saturday, beating Birmingham City 2-1 having come from a goal down.
The Owls fell behind to a Clayton Donaldson opener after some poor defending from Tom Lees, but two second half goals from Gary Hooper gave Wednesday all three points.
Wednesday are now just six points off an automatic promotion place, and Carlos Carvalhal appears to be setting up a real charge for promotion - and that push could be spearheaded by two January deals.
Carvalhal wrapped up the permanent signing of striker Gary Hooper after a productive loan spell from Norwich City, before Everton winger Aiden McGeady joined the club on loan for the rest of the season.
McGeady, a Republic of Ireland international, made his first start for Wednesday against Birmingham on Saturday, and many fans felt he could be a very good player for the Owls.
After so long without football, it will take McGeady a while to get back to full fitness, and fans were pleased with what they saw from McGeady, though others felt he did't offer enough defensively.
Meanwhile, fans raved about Hooper's performance, suggesting that his permanent arrival was a bargain, and his goals could finally fire Wednesday back to the top flight.
Here is how Wednesday fans reacted on Twitter to McGeady and Hooper's performances against Birmingham...
On todays showing i cant wait for mcgeady to be fully fit #looksgood— Andy Millington (@AndyMillington1) February 6, 2016
#swfc creating some great chances: McGeady looks quality. Real test of fitness & resolve ahead— SWFCchat (@SWFCchat) February 6, 2016
McGeady just needs to get fit by he looks real quality #swfc— Jonny Winbow (@JonathanWinbow) February 6, 2016
It isn't working with mcgeady, he isn't getting into challenges and like one or two others is not passing well went it matters.— Roger Hall (@PzrGren) February 6, 2016
McGeady needs bit of fitness, needs to try not2 do much on own. McGugan stable asked to do sitting role played well https://t.co/CLZzdal4NQ— ChrisThomasLuke (@Chris_TLT) February 7, 2016
Hooper's strike for the first goal is a great hit, but it's the touch outside the defender to set himself that's different class #swfc— Joe Rennie (@joe72_) February 6, 2016
#swfc what a buy Hooper is now, worth every penny based on today's result. As this will bring no amount of confidence for the 17 games left— John McCracken (@mrjmcc) February 6, 2016
What did you think of McGeady and Hooper's performances on Saturday?