Connor Wood was satisfied to have taken a point - after the Bantams drew 1-1 against Bolton Wanderers in Sky Bet League Two.
City were heading for only their second defeat in 15 games under the leadership of Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars, until Danny Rowe netted a 93rd-minute equaliser at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
Wood was encouraged by the attitude of the Bantams to keep fighting until the end, and the fact they got their reward by scoring a late leveller.
He said: “With how the game went, we were satisfied with a point in the end.
“The whole team kept on going until the final whistle and, thankfully, we were rewarded for that with scoring a late equaliser.
“I thought the game was end-to-end, with both sides playing some good football.
“Of course, with our recent form, we were slightly disappointed to have not picked up three points, but need to move on and keep progressing in our upcoming games.”
The left-back went on to confess his joy at making his 100th appearance in claret and amber.
Wood joined the Bantams in June 2018 and was honoured to have reached this milestone.
The 24-year-old added: “Reaching 100 appearances for Bradford City is a massive achievement for me.
“I am proud to say I have worn this shirt, and I hope there are many more matches to come.
“The most important thing was that we kept our unbeaten run going, and I am glad we found an equaliser late on to top off this landmark.
“We now look forward to a big game against Newport on Tuesday, where we can hopefully keep our great run of form going.”