Oscar Garcia is aiming to become the first Brighton & Hove Albion boss to lead the Seagulls to victory at Hillsborough.
Albion have never won at Sheffield Wednesday but the head coach wants to create history by taking the three points on Tuesday night.
He told seagulls.co.uk, “They [Sheffield Wednesday] have improved a lot but we have another motivation to win for the first time there and I want all the players focused on this game.
“We already have enough motivation to try and beat them but being the first team to win there is an added one.
“We want to bounce back to winning ways and tomorrow we have a chance to do that but we have to be prepared.”
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The trip to Yorkshire is the start of a series of away games for Brighton, with four of the next five Championship fixtures on the road, and Oscar says that he and the coaching staff will have to utilise the squad to its full potential.
“We don’t have a big squad so we have to manage it but that is our job and we will try to have as many players fit enough.
“It is not the best thing to have to travel lots of hours as it is not the best recovery for the players, but it is what we have to do and we don’t have any other option.
“We will manage the recovery the best we can, but we will not focus on that Tuesday. All the players deserve to play and we are happy that when one player comes in for another they have performed really well.”