The Owls, who are destined for a mid-table finish in the Championship, have little to play for in their remaining three games and after their second-half capitulation at QPR on Monday, there have been suggestions that they are in holiday mode.
But Tudgay, who scored his 14th goal of the season to help Brian Laws' men into a 2-0 lead that they ultimately squandered at Loftus Road, is adamant that is not the case.
"We let ourselves down and let the fans down (at QPR) and we have got to correct that," he told the club's official website.
"I don't think the boys are looking at holidays yet, I think we want to finish the games as strongly as we can.
"Let's give something back to the fans and the manager and let's put it right."