Nahki Wells reached his goal tally for the season and then warned: I’m not finished yet.

A deadly double from City’s top scorer lifted his haul to 25 – the figure he had set himself before a ball was kicked.

But he has promised to score two more at Wembley now to clinch the club’s return to League One.

Wells said: “Twenty five is the exact number I set out for myself to score at the beginning of the season so I’m delighted to reach it.

“But I know there are more to come yet. I’ve got two more in my locker – I’ll save them for Wembley.

“I’ve scored against Northampton already so I’m confident that I can do it again and help us get promoted.

“It’s a big occasion, not only for myself but all the players. It’s been a phenomenal season and we all deserve it.

“The chairmen and fans are finally happy that we’ve got a team that can do the city and the club proud.”

Wells deflected praise from his own performance on to the travelling army who roared City to victory at the Pirelli Stadium. Many of them had queued through the night to snap up the 1,700 tickets.

Wells admitted: “That’s unbelievable support. I can’t imagine myself doing what they’ve done.

“They have been the 12th man throughout our entire season. Without them, I don’t think any of it was possible.

“It’s not easy for some people working nine to five every day and spending their earnings to come and watch us play. We’ll do whatever it takes to make them proud.

“They are such big supporters of the club and we want to do our best and make sure we put a smile on their faces.

“Promotion would do that for everyone. That’s the most important thing.

“We need to keep climbing the leagues and we’ve given ourselves a good chance to start that.”

City dismantled the best home record in the Football League to seal their return to Wembley. Burton had won 12 of their previous 13 games at the Pirelli.

But Wells felt the Bantams could have won by more.

“To come here and beat this team at home comfortably is unbelievable. In my opinion, it could have been five.

“I’m not saying it just because I play for Bradford City and I’m biased but I think we’re the best team in the league. If we do as the manager sets us up and we’re all on our game, I don’t think anyone can beat us.

"It was brilliant the way we turned the tie around. There was some magnificent attacking play and to keep them at bay with only scoring one goal is a great achievement – everyone deserves credit.

“It’s been a long journey. A few weeks back, we were sitting 11th or 12th in the table and had almost written off our season.

“But the manager’s done well, he regrouped us. We got over the loss to Swansea in the cup final and turned our season around.

“We finished as the form team in the table and that was the best way to creep into the play-offs. It was very unexpected and a lot of teams were shocked when we did.”