Conor Sellars is ready for what he feels will be a “big test” against Bolton Wanderers - ahead of tomorrow’s clash at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
The Bantams and the Trotters enter tomorrow’s encounter on respective five and six-match winning streaks, with both sides now in the top half of the Sky Bet League Two table.
Sellars is aware of the challenge Ian Evatt’s side will present, but is looking forward to what he feels will be a competitive match-up.
He said: “We are on a good run, and it will be a big test as Bolton are in fantastic form, but hopefully we are going to be ready enough to take the three points.
“Every game is going to be tough in this division, and you have to treat each match the same.
“All the different teams have their strengths, and this will be a huge challenge.
“Being at the top of the form table means nothing, for either side, in a game like this. We have to go out there and perform.”
Victory for the Bantams would mean six-straight triumphs for the first time since 1984, though Sellars is adamant his side is concentrating on nothing other than the task in hand.
City’s joint manager is still handling proceedings on a game-by-game basis, and has called for the players to carry on building as much momentum as possible ahead of the run in.
He added: “Irrespective of any record, we just want to win as many games as we possibly can - between now and the end of the season.
“Our job is still to just focus solely on the next game, and keep trying to build momentum ahead of next season.
“Of course, as a team, you want your home ground to be a place where others do not want to come, so it is pleasing for myself and Mark to still be unbeaten at Valley Parade.
“The atmosphere on Saturday would have been brilliant, but whether or not fans are in, we just have to make sure we do all we can to try and win the game.”
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