Date: 12th October 2009 at 12:05pm
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Owls right back Frank Simek has yet to attract the interest of any Football League clubs with regards to a loan move away from Hillsborough, according to reports.

A report in the Yorkshire Post has revealed that Simek has been offered to teams ‘lower down the football league’ to gain some much-needed match fitness.

But there’s yet to be any takers on the Arsenal Academy product, who’s suffered from a poor injury record at S6 in recent seasons.

Simek is down the pecking order at Wednesday, with Laws not wanting to throw the American into Championship action when not fully fit.

He’s featured heavily in reserve team outings, but the Owls boss is wanting to give him some Football League first team action to really get him up to scratch – and ultimately give him the chance to get into the Wednesday first team.

Wednesday are likely to continue to push for Simek to make a move away from the club on a loan deal, but he may well have to settle for a place in the reserves to up his match fitness and hope boss Laws gives him the opportunity to prove himself in the first team.