Lee Angol enjoyed his return to action in City's goalless draw at Northampton Town yesterday.
The 27-year-old came off the bench to play the final 30 minutes of the match, making his first appearance since January having been sidelined with a hamstring injury.
The frontman was glad to be back out on the field, and is looking forward to more appearances as the season reaches its end.
He said: “I enjoyed getting out there. The way we want to play will benefit me a lot as it is the way I want to play.
“I have been training for the last couple of weeks and learning a few new things, so it was nice to get out there and get a feel of the new regime.
“Personally, I enjoy being involved and am just looking forward to getting more minutes.”
The forward felt his side's performance was much improved in the second half of the match.
The Bantams were going in search of their third away victory in four games and, despite not taking all three points, Angol felt positives could be taken from a draw against the promotion-chasing Cobblers.
He added: “It was a weird start to the game. We did not really start how we wanted to as a team. I felt the second half was much better.
“Playing a team that is fighting for a top-three spot in Northampton, a point away from home is not too bad.”
Angol and his team-mates will return to action at the Utilita Energy Stadium against Tranmere Rovers on Good Friday. CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.