The Owls defender, brought to Hillsborough by Steve Bruce in January, impressed for Garry Monk's side in Cardiff.
The 24-year-old has played as a right-back for most of his career so far but has impressed at centre-back in the absence of Tom Lees and, on Friday night, put in another superb performance alongside Julian Borner.
So impressive was Iorfa in snuffing out Cardiff's attacks time and time again, impressing on the ground and in the air, that it wouldn't be a surprise if the Wednesday captain had a fight on his hands to regain his first-team place.
Thought Iorfa was brilliant my MOM— Jonny Pickford (@JonnyPickford) 18 October 2019
Btw iorfa was a tank tonight— Rob (@Robswfc95) 18 October 2019
I agree, a solid very performance from Iorfa. Some critical challenges from Fox.— Gibowl (@GibOwl) 18 October 2019
Give Steve Bruce his due, his recruitment was first class - Borner, Iorfa, Harris. #swfc— Chris Brammer (@ChrisBramms) 19 October 2019
Iorfa improves every game and his pace is electrifying. For me though let’s play 3-5-2 and go for teams rather than this 4-5-1 that these boys love to play— Martin Acko (@moscowowls) 19 October 2019
Iorfa/borner partnership gets better every game— Brad Kempshaw (@braddersK84) 19 October 2019
don’t see Lees getting back in either, Borner & Iorfa are quality together— Danny Plant (@Danny4swfc) 19 October 2019
Wednesday came close to victory in Wales as they led from the 19th minute, Borner scoring his first goal for the Owls, but Lee Tomlin's contentious free kick, with Aden Flint seemingly lurking in an offside position and interfering with the keeper's view, earned the hosts a share of the spoils.
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