Derek Adams is looking forward to this weekend’s trip to Crawley Town - which he insists his side are out to win.
City descend on The People’s Pension Stadium carrying injuries to six senior players.
Despite this, the Bantams boss is looking forward to what he believes will prove a competitive encounter, and believes his approach is always to win matches.
He said: “We go into the game looking forward to it.
“We both come in on the back of draws in the league, and it is two teams who want to push on and get into those places higher up the table.
“We will have Abo Eisa, Lee Angol, Niall Canavan, Caolan Lavery, Theo Robinson and Charles Vernam all out.
“When it rains, it pours, but that is life and that is football. It gives more people an opportunity to come in and stake a claim.
“You go in to win every game. My managerial philosophy is to go and win any match irrespective of circumstances we find ourselves under. Training has been good and we look forward to it.”
Adams maintains the stance that his side has deserved more from recent games than they have come away with, and remains confident heading into the weekend’s action.
He feels, should the Bantams continue to create the opportunities they have been doing, victories are only around the corner.
The City chief added: “As long as we keep getting into the positions we are, we will score goals and will take more confidence from that as individuals.
“Once we get scoring again, we will keep building momentum from there.
“The only game we have not been up to it, was against Leyton Orient.
“In all our other matches, I feel like we have done enough to win games, and things have not been falling for us.”
“If we can get back to taking our chances, as we were against Stevenage, then teams will take a hiding from us.”
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