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I'm really wishing Wells can set record
Ricky Ravenhill column: You don’t like to single people out because we are a team but Nahki has been unbelievable since I’ve been at the club.
That was his first year when I first came but he started scoring goals then, proved it again last year with a really good season and now he’s scored in all four games so far.
It would be great if he could get another one tomorrow and make it a club record.
We’re lucky to have him. He’s a very good talent who is going to get even better and hopefully we can keep hold of him.
We’ve got to make sure he stays with this club and goes up with us rather than doing it the easy way and going somewhere for the bigger money.
We’re all really looking forward to the Sheffield United game. It’s a Yorkshire derby and a reminder to us all that we’ve stepped up a league now.
You play Port Vale and, no disrespect to them, but last week it felt the same as last season. But we’ve got Sheffield United at home and there’s going to be a big crowd there.
I’m sure our fans will be getting behind us as they did against Carlisle and hopefully we can emulate that performance for them to enjoy.
I think the first four games have genuinely been positive. Last week was a little bit of a blip and it was disappointing to lose but we didn’t play terribly.
There were still good points and we’ve got plenty to build on. We’re not too disheartened going into tomorrow.
Sheffield United have got a lot of new players and some younger ones so they are going through a spell of transition. But we know they have plenty of quality so it should be a good test to see how far we’ve come.
There is a lot of expectation on them but also on us as well as two big clubs in this division. Seeing them go head to head should be a good contest.
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