Hat-trick hero Andy Cook was pleased with another City victory, following their 4-1 triumph over Stevenage in Sky Bet League Two.
The forward netted a perfect treble in the opening 38 minutes of the contest to help the Bantams emphatically see off Boro at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
While Cook was delighted to have contributed with three goals on the evening, he was eager to stress how the positive result for the team was most important.
He said: “Of course, on a personal note, it was amazing to score a perfect hat-trick, but the most important thing was that the team picked up another valuable three points.
“Winning back-to-back games at this early stage of the season is great for our momentum.
“The entire team was fantastic, which was probably the most encouraging thing.
“Hopefully, now, we can keep this momentum going in our upcoming games.”
Cook was also eager to mention how great it has been to see supporters back inside Valley Parade over the past couple of games.
With the 30-year-old joining in January, his last couple of outings have been the first time he has been able to play in front of the home supporters, and he is feeling the benefit of them being present.
He added: “The supporters being back in and cheering us on has been excellent.
“The atmosphere over the past couple of games has been electric.
“When you first walk out and hear them roaring, it honestly gives you goosebumps.
“It really gives us players that extra motivation to perform to our best, and I am happy they have helped us to victories so far.”
Supporters can secure their place at Saturday's trip to Mansfield Town - which has almost SOLD OUT - by CLICKING HERE.