City star Nahki Wells has been honoured for his goal-scoring exploits in his homeland of Bermuda.

The 23-year-old striker’s performances during the Bantams’ promotion-winning campaign attracted admiring glances from a number of higher-placed clubs.

During half-time of the England C versus Bermuda match on Tuesday, Wells received a special memento in a presentation from Bermudian Premier Craig Cannonier, Minister Wayne Scott and BFA President Larry Mussenden.

Premier Cannonier thanked Wells for continuing the legacy of players like Clyde Best and Shaun Goater, and for keeping Bermuda’s name ‘on the football map’.

Wells scored 26 goals and made 54 appearances during the Bantams’ historic 2012/13 campaign.

His goal in the League Two play-off final win over Northampton saw him become the first Bermudian to score at Wembley.

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