Sheffield Wednesday winger Adam Reach has been voted by you as the 34th best player in the EFL.
Over the last month, we have been gathering votes from you to find the best managers and players in the EFL. And after counting the votes, we have discovered you think that Reach is the 34th best player in the Football League. He has moved up one spot from last year’s 35th place finish in the Top 50 Players of the EFL Countdown.
Last season was a miserable one for the Owls as they failed to challenge for promotion like expected and even a change in manager wasn’t able to push them up the Sky Bet Championship table. Despite how poor the team was that year, Reach was a bright spot and performed very well when the rest of the team didn’t show up. Going into this season, the 26-year-old winger was hoping to continue that form.
And he continue that form he did with his ability down either the right or left wing being a constant problem for any full-back visiting Hillsborough. However what grabbed everyone’s attention was not his ability on the ball or his knack for putting in a decent cross but his stunning goals. He was a goal of the season competition by himself with an unbelievable volley against Leeds United being a highlight. That said, being able to replicate that goal in the next match against West Bromwich Albion was just as stunning. Now he will hope to keep it up for a third season next year.