Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner says he has a “good feeling” about signing another striker this summer.

The head coach wants competition for Nahki Wells, who heads to Bristol City on Saturday aiming to add to an 18-goal tally.

Wagner accepts frontmen are prized assets, but says Town are willing to splash out on the right man.

“A striker is at the top of our list, as well as perhaps two goalkeepers and a midfielder,” he explained.

As well as £750,000 Dutch winger Rajiv van La Parra, currently on loan from Wolves, Town will sign defenders Chris Loewe and Michael Hefele this summer.

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The German duo will come on free transfers, but other targets are under contract – and Wagner said the deals could therefore take longer to complete.

“We may have to be patient, but I have a good feeling we will find the right players,” he added.

“A striker is important, because I want competition in every position, but more or less every club is looking for one.

“There is a lot of demand, but I feel we are well prepared to find someone who will bring what we require.

“It’s obviously crucial that they can score goals, but they must also have a desire to play for this club and follow our identity.

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“Within our system a striker has to be ready to work very hard and be the first defender, something Nahki has accepted.

“It would also be nice if they had experience and are a good character.

“Yes we may have to pay, but we have money to spend on the right players and sometimes quality costs.”

Wagner says there has been no interest from other clubs in Wells, and he remains relaxed over the 25-year-old.

“We want to keep him and help him progress,” said the former US international striker.

“There have been no calls so far, and if that stays the same okay. If it changes, it’s still okay – we deal with it.

“It’s important that we keep our talented players and develop them.”