Goal-scorer Clayton Donaldson was content with a point - following the Bantams’ 1-1 draw at Stevenage in Sky Bet League Two.
The Bradford-born forward headed in a 27th-minute equaliser at the Lamex Stadium to ensure his side made it three games unbeaten.
Donaldson felt the point was a positive one, and was encouraged by how City responded to conceding the opening goal of the contest.
He said: “This felt like a point gained for us.
“Stevenage have been on a good run of form, so it was always going to be a difficult game.
“We did not start well at all, but the way we bounced back after conceding the goal was very impressive.
“From that moment on, we were probably the better team, and could easily have gained all three points.
“Overall, I thought we stuck to our gameplan well. I felt pleased enough with a draw.”
The 37-year-old was delighted to see his name back on the scoresheet for the first time since December.
Despite usually being deployed as the main striker, Donaldson recently returned to the starting line-up in a deeper role which has seen him bag a goal and two assists in his last three games.
He added: “Of course, it feels great to have scored.
“The goal will hopefully give me more confidence to go on and get more, to help out the team.
“I am really enjoying playing in the No.10 role at the moment.
“It has allowed me to be effective from a deeper position and give plenty of support to Andy Cook.
“The most important thing for us is that we seem to have put our blip behind us, and are now three unbeaten.
“Hopefully, we can keep it up and get a positive result in our next game against Grimsby Town.”