WATCH: Adam Reach talks through his greatest hits ahead of Sheffield derby
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Last Updated: 08/11/18 7:17pm
Sheffield Wedesday midfielder Adam Reach sat down to discuss his best goals from this season ahead of the Steel City derby.
Reach has hit several incredible goals already this season, and he talked through his three most recent hits, which all came live on Sky Sports Football.
Against Leeds - Friday, September 28
"It was extra special because it was live on Sky against our rivals! There wasn't much going through my mind when the throw-in went up, but I knew Steven [Fletcher] was going to flick it inside," said Reach.
"I had been quite frustrated up until that point in the game because I hadn't seen much of the ball. But it bounced up nicely and I just decided to have a crack with my left foot and I knew as soon as I hit it that it was in. It was a great strike."
Against West Brom - Wednesday, October 3
"The West Brom one came in the next game. Josh [Onomah] did really well in the corner, he came back out and played it to me and even before I got the ball I knew I wanted to take a touch and just hit it. I think it was the exact same patch of grass from the Leeds one and I think it was my best goal of all of them.
"As soon as it left my foot it seemed to pick up speed as it went and before I knew it it was in the back of the net. It was another Sky game and another good performance from us, but we ended up drawing the game which was disappointing."
Against Middlesbrough, Friday, October 19
"Again it was on TV! And again it was against a top side. I was never looking to prove anything against them. I had a really nice time at Middlesbrough and it was the right move for everyone.
"It was a very special goal and it was with my right foot, which doesn't happen too often! But one again it came in a negative result for us, so it takes the gloss off a bit."
Watch the video at the top of the page to see Adam Reach talk through his incredible strikes for Sheffield Wednesday