The error-prone Leeds United goalkeeper has lost his place as the Whites' number one.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell has usurped the error-prone German in the last two games and on both occasions the 21-year-old vindicated the decision by head coach Paul Heckingbottom.
It remains to be seen if Wiedwald can even keep his spot on the bench when Andy Lonergan returns from his neck injury.
Leeds are 11 points adrift of the top six in 13th place, but 20 points clear of the relegation places in the Championship.
They do not have a lot to play for, and therefore Cresswell, who spent two years at Elland Road as a player, believes that Heckingbottom will likely continue with Peacock-Farrell for the rest of the season.
"He's got the shirt and now he's proved he can play at that level," he told BBC Radio Leeds. "It's up to him to keep performing and get the manager to trust him week in, week out.
"I think because there is nothing really riding on the results now, he will leave him in until the end of the season and see how he does."
If that is the case, then you wonder if Wiedwald is finished at Leeds altogether. He has proven himself a poor signing, despite having an abundance of opportunities to impress, and it wouldn't be a huge shock of Leeds were to try and offload him this summer in favour of signing a better goalkeeper.