That made it nine games without defeat for the Owls, and another Yorkshire derby will bring back positive memories of their 6-0 victory over Leeds United, which came right in the middle of their current run.
Despite their decent form, however, they still sit just two places and three points above the relegation zone, making Saturday's derby against fellow strugglers Barnsley one of the most important in years.
A win could see them climb as high as 17th in the table, while their goal difference should keep them safe from falling into the bottom three should results go against them.
The Owls have won their last three matches in all competitions at Hillsborough, scoring 12 goals in that time and conceding just one.
Barnsley have also experienced an upturn in form in recent weeks and come into Saturday's game unbeaten in the league this year.
However, they remain just one place off the bottom and five points from safety as the teams around them have also improved their results recently.
The visitors' away form is a large factor in their struggles this season, and no side in the Championship has amassed fewer points on their travels than Barnsley.
They have won just one away game all season, and that run stretches to one in 19 when you go back to the previous campaign too.
However, Danny Wilson has been busy in the January transfer window, and hopes are high around the club that the influx of new players could spur an improvement in form over the latter stages of the season.
Sheff Weds: DWWDWD
Possible starting lineups
Sheff Weds: Kirkland; Palmer, Loovens, Llera, Helan; Maguire, Semedo, Maghoma, Lee; Lavery, Nuhiu
Barnsley: Steele; Cranie, Mvoto, Ramage, Kennedy; Shea, Dawson, O'Brien, Jennings; Proschwitz, O'Grady
Sports Mole says: 2-1