Stuart Gray will remind his players they will achieve something that has so far eluded him if they reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.
A 90 year old football medal belonging to a former England and Sheffield Wednesday star's been stolen in a burglary.
A man has been jailed after an attack on Sheffield Wednesday's goalkeeper during a Yorkshire derby match with Leeds United.
Sheffield Wednesday winger Jacques Maghoma will play no part after he damaged knee ligaments in the midweek defeat at Wigan.
Maghoma joins an extensive injury list at Hillsborough, while the loan spells of Sam Hutchinson, Leon Best, Gary Gardner and Adedeji Oshilaja all expired after the game.
Boss Stuart Gray is hoping to extend some of the deals in time for their inclusion and was boosted by the return of defender Lewis Buxton and midfielder David Prutton.
Sheffield Wednesday defender Lewis Buxton is hoping to feature for the first time in three months against Yeovil after recovering from a groin injury.
However, fellow defender Joe Mattock faces a long spell out after tearing a thigh muscle in last week's win against Middlesbrough. Midfielder Kieran Lee (hamstring), Jose Semedo (fractured fibula), Reda Johnson (hip), Martin Taylor (knee) and Kamil Zayatte (ankle) all remain sidelined.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray has spoken of his disappointment on missing out on Connor Wickham to Leeds and the introduction of striker Gary Madine to the squad.
Sheffield Wednesday manager, Simon Gray, says the man formerly known as 'The Goal Machine' is eager to get going again.
Gary Madine, is now available after he returned to training following his release from prison:
On Wickham. "We're disappointed because we know what Connor can do but we move on and thank Connor for what he did for us.
"Connor is Sunderland's player and they didn't contact us (about resigning him). I think the deal with Leeds had already been done anyway.
The pleasing thing now is we can welcome him back. He won't be considered for a couple of weeks
We're not going to send him out on loan. He's got to prove to us that he's ready
Stuart Gray: "Gary's been with a fitness coach and he's warmed up with the players and it's great to have him back
It's like a new signing for us. He's been like a kid in a sweet shop
I made the effort to go see him and we just feel the boy deserves a second chance
Coke on Madine: "I saw him this morning. Gary Madine is a ver y good player and he'll be a very good player for us when he's fit." #swfc
Giles Coke: "Anyone in this league would want Connor Wickham. He's a great striker and proven in this division #swfc
Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine has been given the green light to continue his career at the club following his release from prison last week.
The 23-year-old was sentenced to 18 months in jail after being found guilty at Leeds Crown Court of two separate assaults in October, but served only four and a half months and will now resume training with the Sky Bet Championship outfit.
Madine was in contact with Carlisle boss Graham Kavanagh during his time in prison and the League One club last week showed an interest in signing the striker.
But the Owls have opted to reintegrate him back into the club and have vowed to help his rehabilitation, though warned him he is in the last-chance saloon.
Chairman Milan Mandaric said: “Gary is remorseful and has apologised to all those affected.
“He has made some serious errors of judgement and is the first to take ownership of that situation and the consequences that followed.
“We can only condemn his actions as a community-focused football club and make it abundantly clear that no further breach of club rules will be tolerated.
“However, we are of the belief that Gary will try his utmost to put this episode behind him, whilst never forgetting the impact of his actions.
“We firmly believe the club can play a key, hands-on role in facilitating Gary’s rehabilitation back into the professional working environment.”
Madine said: “I would like to apologise unreservedly to everyone who has suffered through my actions. I realise I let myself, my family and friends, and Sheffield Wednesday Football Club down.
“I now wish to look forward with all the focus on my football.
“I would also like to place on record my appreciation for everyone who has offered me help and support during this difficult period of my life.
“I am grateful to Sheffield Wednesday for giving me this continued opportunity and I can only promise never to let the club or anyone else down in this manner again.”
Madine is unlikely to be involved in Wednesday's Championship clash with Middlesbrough on Saturday.