Wednesday picked up a big win v Brentford today.
The result came courtesy of goals from the club's two dangermen, Fernando Forestieri and Gary Hooper, before Kieran Lee and Lucas Joao finished things off against Brentford, who saw Yoann Barbet sent off for denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity just five minutes into the game.
The result was well deserved for Carlos Carvalhal's men and the fact that Forestieri and Hooper hit the back of the net again was a huge boost.
The two forwards have been in excellent form in recent weeks and their antics in front of goal are undoubtedly helping to push Wednesday up the Championship table.
But in his post-match press conference the Portuguese boss was quick to point out that the pair are only scoring regularly because of the able assistance of their team-mates.
CC: We are happy. Gary is scoring goals, Fernando is scoring goals but the most important is the team work #swfcLIVE— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) February 13, 2016
CC: Goalscorers can't do it all alone, they need their team mates #swfcLIVE— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) February 13, 2016
Indeed Wednesday have excellent creative players behind their goal-getters such as Barry Bannan, Ross Wallace and the link up play of Atde Nuhiu - all of which help Wednesday find the back of the net on a regular basis.
If they can continue to do so than promotion will become a real possibility for The Owls.