Nahki Wells will aim to gun down Bolton with the praise of Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins ringing in his ears.
The 23-year-old frontman has 20 goals for the season with Bradford and Town and will be looking to notch for the third successive match against a team just one place and one point behind in the Championship standings.
Wells’ form mirrors an improvement in the team which Robins is keen to see maintained through to the end of the campaign.
And the boss believes the club-record £1.3m Bermudian signing is playing a valuable role at the moment.
“We are looking to put in another good, positive team performance against Bolton to build on those we’ve had in the last couple of games (against Middlesbrough at home and Reading away)” said Robins, who will have a final fitness roll call at the PPG Canalside training ground today.
“If we put in the good performances then, inevitably, decent results will follow.
“It’s not always the case because you are talking about sport, but we are looking to produce positive performances and hopefully get the rewards for those from now to the end of the season.”
Robins felt there were a string of excellent individual displays in the 1-1 draw at Reading, when Wells’ fifth goal in Town colours was expertly taken from a fourth-minute attack.
And he’s focused on making sure those standards are replicated against Dougie Freedman’s men.
“There were some really good performances and Nahki Wells was another one,” said Robins.
“He’s been fantastic for us because he loves scoring goals and he loves working hard to try and find space and stretch defences. It’s really great to see.”
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