McCall targets swift return for Reynolds
Wednesday could be ready to let defender Mark Reynolds make a swift return to former club Motherwell - just six months after becoming an Owl/
The Scot has made just eight first team appearances for Wednesday since Alan Irvine brought him to Hillsborough in January and Gary Megson seems to have deemed him surplus to requirements at S6.
The 24-year-old came highly rated from the SPL club but struggled to slot into a much-changed defence that was leaking goals throughout last term.
His position at Wednesday has alerted McCall, who didn't want him to leave Fir Park originally, and the Motherwell boss could take him back north of the border this summer.
McCall told STV: 'Mark could be a possibility for us. He would certainly fit the bill of what we're looking to bringin on loan.
'He seems at a loose end right now at Sheffield Wednesday. It's one that I've given thought to but I don't know if it could happen.'
Wednesday are understood to have paid £150,000 for his services in January and would look to recoup most of that if Reynolds was to leave.