Darren Moore is first up, with Joey Pelupessy following him.
You can follow what they have to say as Wednesday prepare to launch their great escape attempt at Vicarage Road.
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Sheffield Wednesday press day LIVE: Darren Moore and Joey Pelupessy speak to the media
Last updated: Thursday, 01 April, 2021, 11:31
That’s a wrap for this morning’s press day
JP on Sheffield
Home will always be Holland of course, but I love it here. It is the first club out of my country. It will always be special for me.
JP on relegation fights
My first season at Heracles we lost the first seven games in the season. We were in the bottom in the winter break.
We got safe. The whole season we made it.
JP on relegation scrap
If we are realistic we need minimum four wins, maybe minimum five wins. It’s not only about us. Of course we have to win the games and we need a lot of wins, but it’s better to focus first on Watford, then Cardiff, then QPR.
We can’t focus too much on the games after Watford.
JP on Bannan cont.
We really need him these last games. He can get an assist out of nowhere, he’s a big part of the team and we really need him without doubt.
JP on Barry Bannan
Barry I really respect. When I just came here he was injured and then we played a lot together and we are still doing it. It’s a huge pleasure to play next to him.
You can always give him the ball, no matter. Most of the time he’s doing something positive with it.
That’s a big quality for him. As a player next to him, you can’t do that every time with any player.
He’s maybe the best player I’ve played with.
JP on contract talks
There have been no talks yet. I can’t say much about that I haven’t spoken to them yet, but I’m always open to listen to this club if they want to talk to me. I respect every decision they make about me.
JP on his form
I think the last four months I’ve had good form, I’m not sure if it’s the best, but it’s one of the best spells... It feels solid from me, and I’m happy with that. I hope to finish the season that way.
JP on training
In Holland they don’t like to change their philosophy, which can be good or bad, but I’m glad in England I’ve seen the other side of things. The Dutch way of football is in my DNA, and sometimes the training now is a bit Dutch.
JP on Wednesday future
Sheffield Wednesday is always an option for me. I appreciate they gave me the chance to play in England those years ago. Aside from results I am really happy here. I like the group, the players, those who work here.
I have nothing to complain. If they want to talk about the future, I always listen to Wednesday.