Sheffield Wednesday's best - and worst - players this year according to ratings

Few would argue it’s been an up-and-down season at Sheffield Wednesday and there have been some great – and some not so great – individual performances.

Friday, 4th February 2022, 12:06 pm

Ignoring their injury crisis, the Owls are ticking over nicely in the league having won three of their last four League One matches.

There have been good, bad and indifferent seasons from players in the Wednesday changing room all season long, but who have been the most consistent?

Darren Moore is pleased with how things have been going lately, saying recently: “I’ve made it clear to the boys, when they work hard like that and go about their business like that, you can hear the the fans from the stands.

“I’ve told them to put in performances that deserve their appreciation because they will stand with you and go with them all the way.

"I’m pleased for the boys but am especially happy for the Wednesday fans who have been sent home happy.”

We took a look at the average match ratings provided by renowned statistics website whoscored.com to compile a definitive list of who their data suggests has been hot and who has not throughout the league campaign.

We’ve only included players who have played 300 minutes or more, which means the list excludes the likes of Harlee Dean, Jordan Storey and Joe Wildsmith. The top 15 players are listed in chronological order, with the best of the rest listed at the end.

Who do you think is top of the pops? Let’s take a look..

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