Date: 20th May 2009 at 11:27am
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Wednesday boss Brian Laws has a new assistant when it comes to bolstering his squad this summer – the latest technology in ProZone.

The Owls agreed a three-and-a-half year deal with ProZone at the start of the year, which is believed to be costing around £300,000.

The technology allows Laws a video match analysis system to analyse performances of teams and individual players, something already in use at a number of top clubs around the country.

And ProZone already seems to be working well for the Owls boss, with the signing of Tommy Miller highlighting the former Ipswich Town man as ‘one of the most effective Championship midfielders in the attacking third’, according to the official Owls website.

Wednesday have already captured two new signings in the close season, with Darren Purse also penning a two year deal at Hillsborough.

The pace of the two early signings has surprised many Owls’ fans, and it could well be down to the addition of ProZone at S6 this summer.