Nahki Wells savoured City’s Wembley glory as the promotion winners brace themselves for a summer of speculation about his future.

Huddersfield, Burnley and Bournemouth are all closely monitoring the Bermuda international, who capped off a memorable season with a 26th goal in Saturday’s crushing play-off triumph over Northampton.

Wells penned a new contract eight months ago which ties him to Valley Parade until 2015. But City’s resolve is sure to be tested by Championship predators looking for a proven goalscorer.

Wells said: “I signed a deal in September and have still got another two years at Bradford. I am just thankful to have had the chance to do what I have done so far in my career here.

“We just have to take it as it comes. We all have the desire to play at the highest possible level and if the opportunity comes, I will have to take it.

“I have done what I had to do this season as have the players and the manager and we are all looking forward to what comes next.”

Even with clinching promotion, Phil Parkinson admits it could be a battle to hang on to the likes of the 22-year-old as well as Andrew Davies and Nathan Doyle.

The City chief said: “That’s the next challenge. There are players out of contract and you’ve got to be honest.

“With the exposure we’ve had, not just with Saturday but the cup run, there are going to be people watching our players. I would expect that and I’m ready to field the phone calls.”

Wells volleyed City’s third goal as they wrapped up victory – and a return to League One after a six-year absence – before half-time of a surprisingly one-sided encounter.

He added: “It was important for us to achieve something this year after putting in so much hard work. For ten months, we have battled away and it’s been tough but we have totally deserved this.

“You can’t praise the fans enough. They have paid so much money to come and support us around the country and it’s fantastic to put a smile on everyone’s faces at the club.

“To end it like this is unbelievable. I can’t reiterate how important it is, not only for myself, but the players, the manager and especially the fans of Bradford City.”

Wells made it eight goals in his last nine games – and seven in the six times he has faced Northamp-ton.

“The good thing – and the manager deserves most of the credit for this – is that I hit form at the right time at a key stage when it looked like we weren’t going to get in the play-offs.

“But it’s not me but the team who should have the headlines. To do what we have done is unbelievable really.

“We may have got a bit too over ourselves for getting to the Capital One Cup final but getting promoted was always our priority.”