Huddersfield Town’s leading scorer Nahki Wells has underlined he is “100% committed” to the cause.
The 26-year-old has two years left on his contract at the John Smith’s Stadium, where he needs two more goals to hit 20 for the campaign.
Chairman Dean Hoyle says it’s inevitable with a record like Wells’ that speculation will link him with potential moves away – especially with a summer transfer window ready to open – but that Town are not ready to sell and have no financial pressure to do so.
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And the man himself says he’s enjoyed his time at Town since joining from Bradford City in a club record £1.3m deal – he has made 100 Championship appearances – and hopes to progress his career by helping Town climb higher.
“Let’s not beat about the bush, we all have aspirations to play at the highest level,” explained Wells.
“But I am 100% committed to Huddersfield Town.
“They came in when I signed and offered me a four-and-a-half-year deal and there are still two years left.
“I do want to get to the top, but it would be great to get promoted with this club and I know all the players in the changing room want that.”