Nahki Wells is targeting another goal against Bristol City on Saturday – but says helping secure a second straight victory for Huddersfield Town is his priority.

Head coach David Wagner hailed the Bermudian’s all-round contribution as he scored his fifth of the season to seal the 2-0 Championship win at Birmingham City.

Town climbed out of the relegation zone to go 19th ahead of home games against Bristol City, when admission is only £10, and Rotherham United next Tuesday.

Wells, on target for former club Bradford City the last time he faced Bristol City in August 2012, said: “We’ll go into these games with our tails up and with confidence.”

Sky Bet Championship - Birmingham City (0) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Nahki Wells celebrates scoring Town's second goal.

The win at Birmingham was Town’s first in seven and first in three attempts since Wagner’s appointment.

“The signs of encouragement had been there against Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough,” said Wells.

“But we had to put in a 90-minute performance and score some goals. We also wanted to keep a clean sheet, and we managed that on Saturday.

“We all play a role both defensively and in attack, and it’s an all-round team approach, which is enjoyable to be a part of.

“While we played some good football in the first half at Birmingham, the conditions made things difficult in the second.

“But we stayed patient and it was an all-round good performance.

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“Personally I was happy to get my goal. I think I’ve been playing well without scoring, and I knew one would come along if I kept going.

“But more importantly I think the win was what we needed to catapult us into a better position and to go into the next run of games really positively.”

Of Town’s full-throttle tactics, Wells said: “You have to be fit and work hard off the ball as well as on it.

“It’s not been hard to understand what the coach wants us to do and we’ve taken to it. I think it suits the majority of the players that we have and we’re all playing with confidence and enjoying our football.”