Paul Sturrock has been named November's manager of the month for League One after guiding Sheffield Wednesday to three victories out of three games during the month.
The Owls boss said: "I'm pleased for the club as it means things are going in the right direction. We have have only lost one goal out of the three games which is something we were leaking heavily early on. We have a settled back four and before (Adam Proudlock's broken leg) a settled team," he added on the club's website.
Coca Cola football spokesman Chris Kamara said
"Everyone knows what happened to him at Southampton, so Paul was delighted to get the call from Wednesday. It was impossible to turn them down because, even with the financial situation there, they are a still a massive club. 'It is a club waiting to take off again, and Paul wants to be the man to do it. 'Paul had a big setback this week when Adam Proudlock broke his leg. Adam had been the most improved player since Paul arrived, so it will be interesting to see how the manager rises to the challenge."