Yorkshire news In-form Sheffield Wednesday star Barry Bannan scoops League One award PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Sheffield Wednesday captain Barry Bannan, who has made over 300 league appearances for the club, has bagged the League One goal of the month award for October
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It is fair to say Barry Bannan enjoys the big stage. The Sheffield Wednesday captain, who has made over 300 league appearances for the Owls since joining from Crystal Palace in August 2015, has taken his game to new heights this year. His productivity in the final third has gone to another level. Time and time again Bannan has produced a piece of quality when his team have needed a moment of inspiration. Bannan has been in scintillating form and his stunning strike in Wednesday's comfortable home win over Cheltenham Town saw him claim the October goal of the month award in League One. His glorious 25 yard drive gave Robins goalkeeper Luke Southwood no chance. Read more: McGuinness, Dele-Bashiru, Paterson - Sheffield Wednesday players who could leave in January Bannan said: “I’m really happy to win this award. I’m just happy that I’m scoring goals and helping the team and hopefully there’s more accolades to come.
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.” The 32-year-old beat off strong competition from Ipswich Town’s Kyle Edwards, Bristol Rovers’ Aaron Collins and Plymouth Argyle’s Bali Mumba to land the prize. Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month judge and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman said: “No stranger to a wonder-strike, Barry Bannan was at it again in October with an effort that could be his best yet! "A quick turnover meant he found himself in acres of space, with no opponent able to get close and this allowed him to unleash a pinpoint, accurate rocket that no goalkeeper in the world could have stopped.” Bannan has directly contributed to 10 goals this term. His present Wednesday contract is due to run out next summer but Bannan believes he will be at the club next season. "I'm in my last year but there's a clause in it that I get another year after a certain amount of games so I am confident I'll be here next season," he said. "There's been no talks yet, that'll come whenever it comes. I'm just focusing on my football at the moment and getting wins on the board." READ MORE: Wednesday may have already dropped hint over potential January plans History suggests Sheffield Wednesday are right on track to secure promotion to the Championship All the latest Wednesday news Promotion rivals Ipswich suffer big injury blow to attacker Moore drops transfer hint over Cardiff loanee McGuinness
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