Matty Foulds lauded the character shown by the Bantams – following their 1-1 draw with Leyton Orient.
The Bantams had to battle back from a goal down to earn a point at home to the East London outfit.
The left-back was pleased with the way he and his team-mates fought back after conceding, but also felt the team should have had more, come the final whistle.
He said: “In the first half, we had chances where we probably could have snuck a goal but, obviously, we did not.
“As the game went on, we started to get half chances and we just had to be ruthless and put one away.
“We probably deserved to win the game overall, but we went a goal down and showed the great character we have to get a point, at least.
“It was disheartening when we conceded the goal and we had to pick ourselves up.
“Every single one of us showed desire, and wanted to go and win the game.”
The left-back was pleased with his own individual performance on the evening despite not getting three points on his birthday.
Voted the sponsors' Man of the Match by Bingley Bantams, Foulds went on to stress the importance of the Bantams picking up a win when they travel to Harrogate Town this Saturday.
He added: “I was happy with my performance, but it was not the three points that I wanted and I am still disappointed.
“As a group, we want to score goals and win games.
“I am still disappointed that we have not got the three points, but we go again on Saturday.
“We need to go and get three points and it would be a much-needed win.”