Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray is desperate for his side to be the top Yorkshire club in the Championship come the end of the 2014/15 season, reports The Star. Leeds finished one place and four points better off in the table than the Owls last season and Gray is keen for his players to out-perform their neighbours this time around.
He said: "Of course it means a lot to be Yorkshire's top club. We wanted to finish the top club in the Championship last season and they [Leeds] finished above us.
"The chairman keeps reminding me we missed out on the Sheffield derby. I would like to sample one of them. Hopefully we might draw them in the cup. You need the derbies and we've got to make sure we get the bragging rights."
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