Summer in Britain comes with a few certainties - it will rain every time you organise a BBQ, Yorkshire will be at its sunniest for that week you're abroad, and transfer stories will take centre stage.

Now the season has come to a close, clubs are busy behind the scenes shaping their squads for next season, while fans are desperate to know which players will be brought in an attempt to fire their team to bigger and better things than were achieved in the year that has just come to a close.

Huddersfield Town have already begun their summer business, with Rajiv van La Parra set to join on a permanent deal, plus free transfers Michael Hefele and Chris Lowe due to arrive on 1 July.

And it's obvious there will be more incomings, with two senior goalkeepers still to arrive after the signing of Luke Coddington for the u21s , a midfielder, an attacker and a right back all on the shopping list.

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What's also a summer certainty however, is stories linking the cream of Town's crop with moves to alternative pastures.

QPR are reported to be sniffing around Joel Lynch , while Philip Billing was linked with Tottenham Hotspur last month.

And inevitably the name of Nahki Wells is starting to appear.

However, the majority of the column inches are stemming from those who have watched him in a Town shirt, like what they see and wouldn't mind if he donned their own preferred colours next term.

A link with Sunderland a few weeks ago is the ultimate example of that - even if it has now reached the Bermudian media, no major news outlets in the UK were ever reporting it.

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It's no secret Reading supporters see Nahki as the ideal solution to their scoring woes, and last week the Birmingham Mail and the Newcastle Chronicle named dropped the Town frontman as someone that the recently-relegated Aston Villa or Newcastle United should target as the man to make the difference in their quest to regain the top flight at the first attempt.

As a result of that, chatter appears on forums and social media networks.

But Town are under no pressure to sell their star assets to fund incoming transfers. Any move would have to be on the club's terms.

But honestly, it would be more of a surprise if rival fans and local media outlets weren't taking a closer look at Wells.

His 18 goals last term made him the club's top scorer, and his 17 strikes in the league ensured he finished as joint 5th in the Championship's ranking.

Nahki Wells celebrates his goal in the defeat at Preston

Of those above him, two reached the play-offs and one (Ross McCormack) commanded an £11m fee.

Given he was leading a team that finished 19th, Nahki's achievements in outscoring the likes of Jordan Rhodes and Fernando Forestieri only look more impressive.

He deservedly took home the Players' Player of the Year and Hargreaves Memorial Player of the Year at the end-of season awards do.

This 'League One striker' has proved one of the deadliest in England's second tier.

He's bound to be attracting admiring glances - strikers are the sport's most precious commodity.

But that means little unless a club shows genuine, concrete interest in prising him away from the John Smith's Stadium.

Even then, the price has to be right.

It's inevitable Wells will pick up a few column inches this summer.

But Town fans shouldn't press the panic button yet.