Date: 16th January 2015 at 3:11pm
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Striker Nahki Wells has said he’s feeling as confident as he ever has as we head into the game this weekend against Middlesbrough.

As the player celebrated 12 full months at the club following his arrival from Bradford City in our game against Watford, he told the Official Site that he was delighted to toast his anniversary with us with a fantastic three points against a good side.

‘I’m delighted to have finished my first 12 months at Huddersfield strongly. I’ve scored a few goals and the team has picked up good points in the last three games. It’s been important for us to try and build a rhythm to get a run going. I definitely think I’ve progressed as a player after a full year of Championship football. I don’t consider myself a newcomer anymore as I understand the league, so I still think I will get better as time goes on.’

Wells goes on to say that over the course of the next 12 months he hopes to develop even quicker than he has so far, as whilst it’s been good, he knows there have been downs as well as ups when it comes to his form.

With him sitting on 11 goals so far this season, he also commented that his target for the season is to try and get to the 20 mark as a minimum and he’s confident he can do that.

Being brutally honest about his own qualities, he says that hold up play is something he needs to improve on to add another dimension to his game, and the improvement he’s shown so far has got him in the first team, but he knows he has to get better at it – even though he was pleased with that side of his game against Watford.

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