Owls' Lunt Set On Permanent Move
Wednesday's out-of-favour midfielder Kenny Lunt has revealed he's 'sure' he'll be leaving S6 come the end of the season and has thanked Crewe for taking him back on loan.
The Runcorn-born midfielder, who made his name at Alex before moving to Wednesday, has been put way down the pecking order at the Owls under boss Brian Laws, having played for the reserves throughout the current campaign so far.
Wednesday allowed him to go out on loan to his former club, subsidising some of his wages at the same time, and it's likely Lunt will be moving to pastures new in the January transfer window, or next summer at the latest.
Lunt told The Sentinal: 'Dario has done me a favour bringing me back, but as far as a permanent move is concerned I'm not too sure at the moment.
'I have to concentrate on playing well for Crewe, although I'm not in Brian Laws's plans and I'm sure I will be leaving Sheffield Wednesday at the end of the season.
'I need to speak to people there, but at the moment I have a job to do here, so I'm not too concerned. I'm focused on helping Crewe try to win some games.'
Lunt signed for the Owls in the summer of 2006 under former boss Paul Sturrock, making a total of 33 league starts for the club, but has since fallen out of favour under Brian Laws.
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