Nahki Wells believes he is ready to play in the Premier League - but has reassured fans he remains committed to Huddersfield Town .

There has been speculation about the striker's future, but he has revealed there have been no bids for his services.

And the 26-year-old believes with a bigger squad and David Wagner at the helm, Town have the right platform to secure promotion to the Prem.

Wells is inevitably attracting envious glances from rival fans looking for extra firepower , but he is under contract until 2018.

Another creative-minded player is on the manager's shopping list, but he is under no pressure to sell his star assets to raise funds.

“I’m contracted to Huddersfield for another two years and there hasn’t been any bid for me to worry about, so I’m not sidetracked at the moment,” Wells told The Royal Gazette in Bermuda.

“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.

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“It’s no surprise, really, because whenever I’ve done well there’s always been speculation, some of it true, some of it not.

“I take it with a pinch of salt and don’t get too carried away with it.

“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.”

Wells has made no secret of his ambition to play at the highest level, but he believes Town could offer that opportunity - with a bigger squad at Wagner's disposal.

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With the likes of Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Norwich City joining an already-competitive division and bolstered by the Premier League parachute payments, Wells conceded it is difficult for clubs to compete without spending similar sums.

He added: “I think we have the right manager, the right style of play and platform to get promoted.

“But it’s hard to put that expectation on ourselves until we’re a club that is spending money like the top 10 teams.

“It’s always possible, though, as clubs like Burnley have shown, but I do think we need a bigger squad.

“It’s become a powerful league and with teams like Newcastle, Aston Villa and Norwich City coming down, plus Wigan coming up, it’s going to be one of the hardest Championship seasons.”