Wells aims to find net consistently
Nahki Wells is determined to rediscover a high level of consistency and prove his full worth at Bristol City.
The Bermuda forward hit the 20-goal barrier last season for the first time since the 2012-13 campaign, scoring five since joining City, having netted 15 goals on loan at Sky Bet Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers before making his £5 million move from Premier League Burnley in January.
Despite an initial run of goals, his early momentum was disrupted with his final goals coming in the form of a brace in a 3-1 win away to Middlesbrough with three games remaining of last season.
Wells grabbed an assist as Bristol City got the new league season off to the perfect start in a 2-1 win over Coventry City but the marksman remains eager to rediscover his goalscoring touch and help the club enjoy a positive season.
ďIím disappointed that Iíve not been able to show the level of consistency I was able to show in the first half of the season while I was here,Ē Wells told Bristol Live.
ďItís been a crazy recent time, Iíve arrived and got my feet in the door, started to play and then Covid-19 came. And then we had a few continuous games.
ďBut equally I know Iíve shown spurts to the fans and coaching staff that the club have a very good player on their hands and this season Iím looking forward to having a very good season.
ďAnd Iíve got a good feeling going into the season.Ē
Bristol City are away to Stoke City on Sunday.
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