However, the Owls will also be looking for a victory to help turn around their faltering start to the season.
The Trotters began their season with a draw against Derby County before defeats to Middlesbrough and MK Dons followed.
Lennon's men managed to end their losing run with a 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest and followed up with a clean sheet at Blackburn.
Bolton finally won their first game of the campaign against Wolves to move the Trotters up to 17th.
Recent form: DLLDDW
Recent form (all competitions): LLLDDW
Owls fans may be forgiven for thinking that their side will not be mounting a promotion challenge this year.
However, Wednesday forward Atdhe Nuihu is confident that Wednesday will feature prominently in the promotion picture, despite an indifferent start to the season.
The opening day saw the Owls beat Bristol City 2-1, but a loss against Ipswich Town and two draws saw the Yorkshiremen lose ground on the leaders.
Further defeats at the hands of Middlesbrough and Burnley have left Wednesday languishing above the relegation zone.
The Owls coach suggested that their season had started in earnest after the international break, although some fans may think that a victory will truly mark the start of their campaign.
Recent form: WLDDLL
Recent form (all competitions): LDDWLL
Bolton are likely to be without Neil Danns after he was knocked unconscious during the win over Wolves.
While Dorian Dervite has completed a suspension, ligament damage sustained in training should keep him out of action.
Bolton Wanderers possible starting lineup:
Amos; Gouano, Osede, Wilson, Moxey; Feeney, Danns, Davies, Silva; Clough, Madine
Sheffield Wednesday possible starting lineup:
Wildsmith; Palmer, Loovens, Lees, Hutchinson; Lee, Pudil, Bannan, Wallace; Nuhiu, Forestieri
Head To Head
While Wednesday have won 51 of the 116 meetings between the sides, their recent record against the Trotters makes for grim reading for Owls fans.
Indeed, of the last 12 encounters the Yorkshire outfit have won only two, including a 5-0 victory at Hillsborough when the club were last in the Premier League.
We say: Bolton 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday
This game could be a difficult one to call, with neither side in terrific form. However, the Trotters' 2-1 win over playoff-chasing Wolves could be their catalyst for a change in fortunes.