City goalkeeper Richard O’Donnell insists the Bantams need to focus on their own strengths, ahead of this afternoon’s meeting with Salford City.
Derek Adams’ side will be hoping to secure their first-ever victory at the Peninsula Stadium, with the goalkeeper expected to make his 400th career appearance.
O’Donnell is expecting a tough test from the Ammies, but believes City must concentrate on their own game if they are to pick up a win.
He said: “It is going to be a difficult game against a good team.
“We just need to focus on our own game and, if we do this, there is no reason why we cannot come away with a win.
“Despite a little bit of a blip recently, we have had a very positive start to the season with a good points return.
“There is still room for improvement, but we are on the right track and things are looking positive.”
O’Donnell also confessed his delight at the prospect of making his 400th career appearance.
The 32-year-old has played more times for the Bantams than any other club, with 122 starts his name so far.
He added: “Of course, it would be a landmark I will be very proud to have reached.
“It is an honour to have already played so many games and, hopefully, there are plenty more to come from me.
“I am still working hard to improve every day, and always give my all to this team.
“I have played more games here than I have anywhere else, which is great because this is a special club to me.”
Supporters are reminded tickets for this afternoon's game are SOLD OUT. Supporters are advised not to travel to the Peninsula Stadium without valid admission.