Bantams striker Nahki Wells has been honoured in his homeland of Bermuda for his marvellous goal-scoring exploits for City during their amazing 2012/2013 campaign.
Wells received a special memento during the half-time interval of Bermuda's match with England C this Tuesday.
The presentation party for Wells included Bermuda Premier Craig Cannonier, Minister Wayne Scott and BFA President Larry Mussenden.
Premier Cannonier thanked Wells for continuing the legacy of great Bermudian players of the past like Clyde Best and Shaun Goater, and for keeping Bermuda's name 'on the footballing map'.
Wells finished the season as City's top-scorer with 26 goals and became the first Bermudian ever to score at Wembley Stadium when he netted the third in the Bantams' 3-0 win over Northampton Town in the League 2 Play-Off Final last month.
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