Connor Wood hopes he and his City team-mates are able to build on the momentum gathered - ahead of Saturday’s visit to Oldham Athletic.
The Bantams visit Lancashire - with action set to get underway from 3.00pm - on the back of a hard-earned point at home to Cheltenham Town in midweek.
Despite valuing the Boundary Park outfit as opponents, the left-back is confident Gary Bowyer’s men can carry their performance forward to emerge victorious.
Wood said: “It will be a massive boost if we can get three points and will hopefully start another good run.
“We are disappointed to have not won in six matches but we are still within touching distance of the automatic promotion places and have to keep at it.
“Like anyone in this league, Oldham will be tough opponents because anyone can beat anyone, in this division.
“If we play with the same intensity we did on Tuesday - which we are determined to do - I am confident we will get the three points.”
Following Tuesday’s performance against promotion rivals Cheltenham, the former Leicester City man insists the mood in camp has been a healthy one.
He insists the side are all fighting for the same thing and working for each other which - having been demonstrated against the Robins - he hopes can be continued.
The 23-year-old added: “The mood has been positive, like it has been all season.
“We have a great bunch of lads who are all striving for same goal, come the end of season.
“Nothing has changed, in that respect, and we are all committed to working hard for each other.
“We did well to bounce back on Tuesday and performed well. We pressed Cheltenham and worked very hard. We deserved credit, in the circumstances.
“When you have a defeat it is always important to bounce back in a positive way and we must kick on from Tuesday, now."
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