Football operations chief Stuart Webber says Huddersfield Town remain “relaxed” about speculation over the future of star striker Nahki Wells.

Webber says there have been no enquiries over the club’s top scorer for the last two seasons, and added: “We wouldn’t welcome any.”

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He emphasised that Town have no financial necessity to cash in on a player who cost a club-record £1.3m from Bradford City and still has two years on his contract.

And he described Wells’ comments about being ready to play in the Premier League as reflecting his “ambitious” attitude.

Bermudian international Wells, who has scored 39 goals for Town, told his country’s Royal Gazette newspaper: “I’m not sidetracked at the moment.

“I’m contracted to Huddersfield for another two years and there hasn’t been any bid for me to worry about.

“I have to respect my club, but at the same time I’m always open to trying to better myself.

“If a great opportunity comes along then that’s something myself and Huddersfield would have to look into.

“Whatever happens in the future will happen and I’m not too keen to attack the situation at the moment.

“But I do think I’m able and ready to play in the Premier League.”

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Webber added: “Nahki’s words are those you often hear from ambitious players, and he is in that category.

“But he also says he is settled here and we have all heard him say he is enjoying life under David Wagner.

“He is a big part of our plans, and we have no need to sell, either for financial or contractual reasons.”