The Owls man has got off the mark for the Hillsborough side as Garry Monk and co sit close to the Championship playoff places.

Sheffield Wednesday ace Adam Reach has given an assessment of his performances for the Owls so far this season as well as commenting on his performance and that of teammate Massimo Luongo in the last game before the international break.

The 26-year-old has featured in all but one of the Hillsborough side’s competitive games this season, including every Championship game, and he has one goal and three assists so far (WhoScored), including in the 1-0 win over Wigan.

Reach laid on the delivery for Luongo’s winner in the 1-0 win against the Latics to make it 10 points from five games for new manager Garry Monk, a tally which saw him nominated for the September Championship Manager of the Month award.

“It’s important for wide players to get assists so it was good to get one in the last game, it was a great finish by Massimo who was really good,” the £5.3million signing (Transfermarkt) told the Wednesday website. “It took a while for my first goal to come and I think for a wide player the sooner you get that it builds the confidence quicker.

“I’ve got that goal now and if I want to play at the level that I know I’m capable of I’ll have to keep that going for an extended run of games. Just like the team, I’ve got lots to improve on, and we’ve got a manager who can help me do that. There’s a lot of games to go, I’m more than capable of getting 10 goals so that’s still my target.”

Following the international break, Wednesday return to action on Friday 18 October with a trip to Cardiff City.

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