Match-winner Danny Rowe lauded another three points - after the Bantams secured their fifth-straight victory with a 1-0 triumph against Mansfield Town in Sky Bet League Two.
The City striker netted the winning goal in the first half at the Utilita Energy Stadium, to ensure his side won five games in a row for the first time since 2004.
The 32-year-old stressed the importance of Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars’ side keeping their current momentum going, and was eager to praise the Bantams’ back-line for their recent form.
He said: “Of course, we were all pleased with another win.
“We are on a great run of form, right now, but the most important thing is to keep it up and see how far we can go.
“It is very encouraging that we have been solid at the back in recent games.
“We do not look like conceding goals at the moment and, as long as we are keeping them out, there is every chance we will get opportunities of our own at the other end - and take them.”
Rowe also confessed his joy at scoring the decisive goal in the contest.
The former Oldham Athletic forward netted his third goal in eight appearances for the Bantams, since signing in January, and is happy to be back in the picture for City after a recent illness.
He added: “It felt great to score the winning goal.
“The ball fell to me in a good position and fortunately I got enough of a connection on it for it to go into the back of the net.
“Playing regularly builds confidence and, thankfully since arriving here, I have been involved in plenty of games.
“Hopefully, I can continue to score goals and help the team win games going forward.”