Wells staying at Bradford

Nahki Wells insists he will "definitely" be at Bradford next season despite speculation linking him with a move away from the club.

Last Updated: 16/05/12 at 14:05

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The 21-year-old remains under contract for next season but the West Yorkshire club are eager to secure the forward's services for a further four years amid interest from rival suitors.

But the Bermuda international insists he will honour his existing contract, telling the Telegraph & Argus: "I'm definitely there for next season.

"I have to make a few decisions on whether I'm there long-term but I can't go into too much detail on that part.

"You do hear a lot of rumours about big clubs sniffing around for you. But you can't afford to listen to the hype because you will lose your focus.

"If teams want to watch me then that only gives me more motivation to achieve things. League Two is a good standard but I do want to play at a higher level."

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