Ross Wallace says the confidence of both the Sheffield Wednesday squad and him personally is growing rapidly after the recent run of form.
Wallace capped a period which has seen the Owls win four consecutive matches by scooping the PFA Fans’ Player of the Month award for August and September.
And he says spirits in the Wednesday camp are high.
“I feel confident, but it’s not just about me, it’s the whole team, we have played well,” the 30-year-old said.
“I have managed to get a few assists in the last couple of weeks.
“We have got some big boys in the team, attacking the ball.
“It’s important that if my delivery is right, we have a chance to score.
“We have got Tom Lees and Michael Turner coming up from the back too.
“These boys are coming up for corners thinking they are going to score.”
Owls keeper Joe Wildsmith played a key role for England Under 20s as they beat Holland 3-1 to get off to a winning start in the Mercedes Elite Cup yesterday.
Wildsmith played 82 minutes on his England debut and will have further opportunities for game time with matches against Turkey and Germany to come over the next five days.
The Sheffield-born 19-year-old made his Owls debut in the Capital One Cup win over Mansfield earlier this season.