Bannan made his 150th appearance for Sheffield Wednesday at Millwall on Tuesday.
Bannan moved to Wednesday on a free transfer from Crystal Palace in August 2015, and has scored or assisted 25 goals since then.
His consistent form led the Owls to offer him a new three-year contract earlier this season, which he duly accepted.
Posting on Twitter this morning [Wednesday], the 29-year-old said:
Would like to thank everyone for the lovely messages this morning 150 games it was for me last night hopefully many more to come. It’s a honour to have played and captained this amazing club im forever grateful ⚽️ SWFC— Barry Bannan (@bazzabannan25) 13 February 2019
Sheffield Wednesday maintained their unbeaten start to Steve Bruce's reign at the Den, where the Owls registered their second successive 0-0 scoreline and climbed a place to 15th in the Championship.
Wednesday have now failed to concede in any of Bruce's three games in charge, but have only scored once in that time.
The 58-year-old has previously spoke highly of Bannan whilst managing at other clubs.
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