Sheffield Wednesday's new owner, Dejphon Chansiri, has said he wants to give his club a 150th birthday present to remember by helping them get back to the Premier League.
The Thai businessman took over the club today after buying it for £37.5m from outgoing owner Milan Mandaric.
He spoke to our sports reporter Chris Dawkes today as he gave his first press conference.
The new owner of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club has said he wants the Owls back in the Premier League within two years.
Thai businessman Dejphon Chansiri officially took over at Hillsborough today after paying £37.5m to assume control from outgoing owner Milan Mandaric.
Mr Chansiri says he is targetting the clubs 150th anniversary in 2017 for a return to the Premier League after a 15 year absence.
Chansiri says they'll evaluate team at end of season. There will be investments but throwing money at club doesn't necessarily bring success
Sheffield Wednesday's outgoing chairman Milan Mandaric will bid farewell to the club ahead of the game against Cardiff at Hillsborough
The 76-year-old sold his 100 per cent stake in Wednesday last week to Thai consortium for a reported £30 million.
Owls boss Stuart Gray says Mandaric, who rescued the club from administration when he took over in 2010, deserves a warm send off from the fans.
And new Sheffield Wednesday signing Sergiu Bus says he wants to score the goals to fire the club back to the Premier League.
The 22 year old Romanian, who signed for the club on transfer deadline day last Monday, could make his debut when the Owls welcome Cardiff to Hillsborough on Saturday.