New Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper David Stockdale said that his move to Yorkshire was a 'no brainer' after leaving Wycombe Wanderers.

Joining as a free agent from the Chairboys, after an in-form campaign in which he kept the most clean sheets in the league, Stockdale departs after two years in Buckinghamshire.

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In his first interview with the Owls, he said he was "delighted" with the move.

"It was a bit of a no brainer for me," he said: "When I knew it was settled, I spoke to the gaffer, and it was a done deal. I wasn’t touted as being available, everything was fine at Wycombe, but as soon as we had our little chat it was dead on for me. The first thing I said to him was that I’m not here to waste time, I’m here to win trophies. Imagine lifting the trophy with a full house, that’s the thought. I like to manifest my thoughts and live it out."

With more than 400 career appearances across the top four professional leagues in England, he believes that experience is a key component he will bring to the side next year.

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He concluded: "He said we’ve got the players, but we need a bit of experience which, if you knock over my zimoframe, I’ve got a little bit of. I don’t take myself too seriously- I said that to the gaffer- and I said I might be disappointed if I’m not playing, I want to play and finish on a high."