Nahki Wells wants four more wins for Huddersfield Town this season - starting at Rotherham United.

David Wagner’s 16th-placed side head to the New York Stadium knowing a three-point haul will eliminate any danger of relegation to League I.

But top scorer Wells, who netted for the 17th time this season in Saturday’s 2-0 win at Blackburn Rovers, is looking upwards, not over his shoulder.

And the Bermudian, who has a personal target of at least 20 goals, reckons a bright finish will help bring new signings to the club for 2016-17.

David Wagner speaks about Town's targets

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“I was really pleased to help us get three points at Blackburn, especially because they are in and around us,” said the 25-year-old.

“It was a must-win for us and to get that victory is the main thing.

“As for 20 goals, it’s not over until it’s over and I still think I can average one a game until the end of the season.

“I just have to take my opportunities when they come.

“At Blackburn I probably should have got more, but it’s the result that matters.”

David Wagner speaks about Jonathan Hogg's contract

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Ahead of the meeting with Neil Warnock’s 21st-placed side, who are unbeaten in nine, Wells added: “We don’t want the season to fizzle out.

“We want to finish as high up the table as possible. If we have a strong finish that always helps in attracting players.

“I don’t think our league position is justified for this club or this team but the higher you are, the better the chance you have to attract better players.”

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Town will have more than 1,500 fans at Rotherham.

And Wells would like a repeat of the chain-style celebration led by Wagner in front of the away end at Blackburn.

“It’s just something different and he (Wagner) has that effect on us. We are all enjoying it,” explained Wells.

“It is a different culture and different style of football. We are all liking it.”