Date:Thursday May 31 2007
Last season's joint top-scorer Steve Maclean is yet to put pen to paper on a new deal - and we at Vital Sheffield Wednesday want to know if YOU think he'll stay.
We don't want to know whether you think he SHOULD be a Wednesday player next season, we just want to know whether you think he WILL be playing in the famous blue and white stripes next season, in our current site poll.
All you have to do is log in to the site (or register if you haven't already!) and have your vote in the poll on the right of the site homepage. And if you're not content with leaving your thoughts there, you can also have your say on our ever-growing forum, by clicking the link below and joining the debate.
Click HERE for Vital Sheffield Wednesday Forum
Maclean has been a huge fans favourite since his arrival at S6 from Glasgow Rangers at the start of the 2004/05 campaign, top scoring in the Owls promotion campaign during his first season before suffering a huge injury set-back.
And even when injured, the Edinburgh born hitman returned to net the late leveller at Cardiff which eventually allowed Wednesday to achieve promtion to the Championship with victory over Hartlepool.
He missed the majority of the following campaign where Wednesday managed to keep their place in the Championship at the first time of asking and has since returned to top score for Wednesday last term with a superb return of 13 goals from 22 starts.
But Wednesday have enjoyed a rare amount of riches in attack since the arrival of Laws back in November, with Deon Burton and Marcus Tudgay similarly impressing the Owls faithful with their fair share of goals last term.
So is Macca surplus to requirements next season? Even more so if we bring in a new striker - Billy Sharp has long been linked with a move to Hillsborough.
Or must Laws and the board do all they can to ensure he stays a Wednesday player next season, and helps the club go that next step to achieving a play-off spot?
Whatever your thoughts, have your say on the latest Vital Sheffield Wednesday poll and on our site forum!
Date:Thursday May 31 2007
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