Kelvin Mellor was left disappointed, following a 'tough' 2-1 defeat at the hands of Plymouth Argyle.
The Bantams were made to chase the game after conceding two first-half goals, however the defender believed City could have come away with at least a point.
Mellor stated: "It was a tough game and a very difficult defeat to take.
"We were nowhere near our best, but I thought we should have come out of the game with something.
"We obviously pushed Plymouth hard, towards the end, going in search of an equaliser.
"The first half was frustrating but, in the second half, we had a real go at getting something out of the game. It just did not fall for us, in the end."
Gary Bowyer’s men are on the road once more - next Saturday - against Macclesfield Town.
The City right-back is hoping the game at Moss Rose will kickstart another positive run of results.
He added: "Plymouth is a long way to come and we were sorry we could not get anything, for our supporters.
"We have to just go on again and try get another run together.
"Macclesfield is not going to be an easy game, especially if the home fans get the place rocking, like the Plymouth fans did.
"Hopefully we can go there, get the three points, and continue the form we had started to put together, before our league break."
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