Levi Sutton praised another “massive” victory - after the Bantams earned their fourth-straight win with a 2-1 triumph over Walsall.
The 23-year-old opened the scoring for City with a powerful strike shortly before half-time, at the Banks’s Stadium.
Sutton stressed the importance of the Bantams’ ability to win games, no matter how they perform, and was encouraged by the team spirit they continue to show.
He said: “Of course, we were delighted with another victory.
“We had to hold on at the end, but this team has proved recently that we can win games - both pretty and ugly.
“We have plenty of team spirit right now, and are going into games feeling like we can beat anyone.
“This was another fantastic three points to take us closer to where we need to be.”
The former Scunthorpe United midfielder also lauded the fact City are scoring goals from all over the pitch.
Sutton netted his second goal for the Bantams, as well as providing an assist for Andy Cook's second, and was delighted to have played a big part in the win.
He added: “It is a massive help to see everyone chipping with goals at the moment.
“We know how important it is to not just rely on our strikers, and we have far too many good players for that.
“It was thrilling to see my effort go in off the woodwork. I picked up the ball in a good position, and thought 'why not have a go'? Thankfully, it paid off.
“Overall, the most important thing was the three points, and I am delighted to have contributed in a big way.”