Sheffield Wednesday's Keiren Westwood looking forward to the future

Sunderland's Keiren Westwood warming up during the Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and Sunderland at KC Stadium on November 02, 2013
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Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood says that he is keen to get his career back on track after a frustrating spell at Sunderland.

Keiren Westwood has said that he is looking to put his Sunderland frustration behind him after joining Sheffield Wednesday.

The 29-year-old goalkeeper has moved to Hillsborough on a free transfer after making just 19 appearances for the Black Cats.

After missing the final six months of last season with a shoulder injury, Westwood says that he is keen to get his career back on track with the Owls.

"I started last season as number one. That was fantastic for myself. I played a few games, got injured and that was a real setback for me," he told the Sunderland Echo.

"Sunderland is a fantastic club with great people. I've got good friends there. But I'm 29 and I want to be playing games. I can't be sitting on the bench. Obviously, playing football is your bread and butter.

"The injury was a setback for myself. I could have gone on and played 30 odd games for Sunderland last season, but I didn't. But I feel stronger than ever now."

Westwood has signed a two-year deal with Wednesday.

Stuart Gray manager of Sheffield Wednesday looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United at Hillsborough Stadium on January 11, 2014
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