Sheffield Wednesday man admits Owls are ‘disappointed’ at League One position – but says they’re still targeting the number one spot
Sheffield Wednesday are seven points off League One leaders, Wigan Athletic, but Theo Corbeanu says that they’re still gunning for the number one spot.
Wednesday’s recent run of one win in six league games has seen them fall off the pace compared to those above, and they now find themselves 12th after 10 matches played.
Corbeanu, who has only had 85 minutes of league football so far since his arrival on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, says that the team isn’t happy with where they’re currently at – but are striving for better.
He told the media earlier this week, “We are disappointed, it’s not where we want to be. Our goal is to be first place, always, so that’s our target and we’re going to try our best to achieve it.
“It’s been tough recently - we had a few games where we’ve lost and drawn, but there are games like Mansfield where we can get our confidence back and do what we do best…
“You have to move on in life, you can’t dwell on the losses, we have to keep going and try to get to where we want to get to.”
Meanwhile, the attacker also spoke of his own role in the side after getting a game-winning assist away at Mansfield Town, saying, “I want to make the difference… I feel like everyone in that winger position has the role of trying to provide for the team, and contribute with as many goals as possible. I’m happy I got the assist in the end, and the win.”
Wednesday return to league action on Saturday as they play host to Bolton Wanderers.