Derek Adams was pleased to return to winning ways on the road following City's 1-0 victory at Stevenage.
The Bantams travelled back to West Yorkshire with all three points after Jamie Walker’s 55th-minute strike was enough to secure victory, and give City a hard-fought win.
Adams praised his sides gutsy performance as they saw out the 1-0 triumph, showing determination and resilience.
He said: “It was a very good performance from us. We had good energy, good legs in the side and we carried a goal threat.
“To come to Stevenage - who have been on a good run - and play the way we did was very pleasing.
“We started the game really well and created a lot of opportunities. We were unlucky not to go in ahead at half-time.”
The City boss was also quick to thank the travelling support, who's vocal backing helped City see the game out.
Adams was full of adulation for the 332 Bantams fans who roared their team to victory in Hertfordshire.
He added: “They were so vocal from the start of the game, and that was so important.
“The players knew it was going to be a tough game for us, and they came through it really well.
“The travelling supporters have come a long distance and supported us from the first minute until the end.”
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