Wells, who recently signed for the Terriers from Bradford City, was unable to help his side during last weekend's Yorkshire derby with Leeds United, but the Bermudan forward is optimistic that he will find the net in the club's upcoming fixtures.
The 23-year-old told the Royal Gazette: "In a very important game, the chances came and I did not take them. But I understand that as a striker, you have days when you cannot hit a barn door and the chances are coming left, right and centre.
"The most important thing is that the chances are coming and I'm going to keep working hard and keep my head down because I know my strength, and my strength is putting the ball in the back of the net.
"I know that as time goes, I will continue to grow as a player and the chances will continue to come and hopefully I can take them."
Wells had previously scored in his first two games with the Championship outfit after a January transfer from Bradford.