The second single to be lifted from their upcoming second studio album, the pop five-piece manage to knock Sunday's number one 'Louder' by DJ Fresh down to two.
Beyoncé climbs three places with 'Best Thing I Never Had' to complete the top three, while Ed Sheeran's 'The A Team' and Loick Essien's 'How We Roll' slip down to four and five respectively.
Adele continues to edge ever closer to the Top 10 with 'Set Fire To The Rain', which is currently sitting at number 11, and new entries from Scouting From Girls with 'Love How It Hurts' and David Guetta with 'Little Bad Girl' land at 14 and 17.
Further down the chart, Mann stays firmly within the top 30, sticking at number 28 with 'The Mack', while Nicola Roberts re-enters the Top 40 with 'Beat Of My Drum', which sits at 38.
Over on the album chart, Adele returns to number one with 21, knocking Beyoncé's 4 down to number two.
The highest new entry comes from The Horrors and their third studio album Skying, which completes the top three.
American boyband Big Time Rush enter at nine with their debut record BTR, while heavy rockers Incubus land at 15 with their new album If Not Now, When?.
Following his one-off show in London last night, Latin singer Ricky Martin cracks the top 30 with his 17: Greatest Hits compilation which currently sits at number 26.
Watch the music video for The Wanted's 'Glad You Came' below:
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