Nahki Wells is targeting another big goal against Bolton Wanderers as he aims to continue his rich vein of form for Huddersfield Town.

The 25-year-old frontman has scored three times in the last two games, helping his side beat Preston North End 3-1 at home before drawing 1-1 against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road on Monday.

Wells is now on eight goals for the season and almost two years on from his Town-record £1.5m move from Bradford City, has netted 29 times in all for the club.

His 85th-minute effort clinched the 2-1 home win over Bolton a year ago, and the Bermuda international would love to play his part in earning three points at the Macron Stadium.

Wells, who scored 53 goals for Bradford, is relishing playing up top in David Wagner’s 4-2-3-1 system and says the head coach is getting the best out of him.

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“He has shown belief in me and given me an opportunity and a platform,” said the man who has now played under three different Town bosses (Mark Robins and Chris Powell being the others).

“Having three creative players behind me means I get chances.

“For footballers in general and me especially, confidence is an important thing.

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“I’m feeling as good as at any time since I joined the club and I’m really enjoying my football.

“There’s a freshness about training, which is tough but effective.

“I think all the lads are feeling the benefit, and we are keeping going longer in games than previously.

“That was clear from the way we responded to QPR’s (80th-minute) goal.

“We knew we had it in us to hit back and I was more than happy to score.”

QPR 1 Huddersfield Town 1 - Nahki Wells scores Town's equaliser with a direct free kick

Wells curled home an 86th-minute free-kick.

“I’ve tried a few this season and have come close a few times,” he explained.

“We agreed beforehand that if we got one on the left side of the area, I would take it.

“It was great to see it hit the net and great for us to get back into the game.

“I’m a level-headed person and I’m not going to get carried away.

“But I want to keep going and I want to keep improving my game.”