Matthew Foulds insists the Sky Bet League Two table “means nothing” at this point in the season, ahead of City’s home clash with current league leaders Forest Green Rovers.
The Bantams will be hoping to secure back-to-back victories when taking on the Green Army at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
Foulds claims City are not concerned about their opponents’ current league position, but believes a positive result would be hugely beneficial to the Bantams’ campaign.
He said: “We know Forest Green are top of the league, but that does not mean anything at this stage of the season.
“We went to Swindon and put on a great performance, which sent a bit of a statement out.
“That maybe made the rest of the league look at us and, hopefully, we can get another positive result on Saturday and push on in the season.”
Foulds also discussed how much he is enjoying his current run of games in the Bantams’ starting line-up.
The 23-year-old joined the club in January and has recently played the full 90 minutes in three-consecutive games, for the first time in his senior City career.
The former Bantams academy prospect added: “Obviously, it is good to be playing.
“We have a great set of lads here, and it is nice to be involved.
“I have been on the bench for most of the season, but to now be actually playing is an extra bonus for me.
“Last season, I came in but did not play, but recently, I have managed to play three on the bounce and, hopefully, I will again in the next game.
“It is now down to me to keep my place in the team. I have been given my chance and now I just want to carry on playing.
“I can always get better. I would like to get forward a bit more and, obviously, as I get more comfortable, that will come.
“Growing up, I always dreamt of playing in front of the supporters at Valley Parade and now that I get to do it, it is an amazing feeling.”
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