Nahki Wells, the Bristol City forward, is excited for today’s Sky Bet Championship bout against former club Queens Park Rangers.
The Bermuda player is excited to return to his former stamping place on Loftus Road, where he scored 20 goals in 66 games in 66 loan games with QPR before being removed from parent club Burnley and sold to Bristol City for an undisclosed cause became fee in January.
« I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s game. I’m going back to Loftus Road, of course, which is a happy place for me, ”Wells told The Royal Gazette.
« Lots of great times there and still many familiar faces from my former teammates there, so I’m looking forward to it and I’m good at it. ”
The 30-year-old striker came off the bench over the weekend to score his fourth goal of the championship of the season in a 3-1 loss to rivals Reading at Madejski Stadium.
« I’m obviously very happy that I am no longer on the report after a few games, which is always good for your confidence, » he added.
« I know it was kind of a » right moment and right time « goal. However, the psychological aspect of scoring always gives you that extra confidence boost that you find hard to find in yourself if you don’t score.
« I’m so happy to be on my way again, and what better place is there to set up a scoring run than the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
« I’m well prepared for this and I hope that I can play my role and continue the scoring and get us back on the road to victory. « . ”
Bristol City dropped to sixth place in the championship after losing in the fourth division of the season. « Obviously disappointed with the result, especially when we scored a goal out of nowhere, » added Wells. “We just threw the match away, so disappointed that we lost.
« But it’s one of those that we just have to wear on our chin. Reading was the better side and so we don’t have to correct it until tomorrow. ”
QPR, who are nine places below Bristol City in the overall standings, suffered a 2-1 defeat against Brentford at the weekend.
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