Matty Foulds has called for City to pick up where they left off in the final 20 minutes of last weekend's defeat to Port Vale, ahead of tomorrow's meeting with Newport County.
Two significant victories on the road could not be turned into a hat-trick when Vale visited West Yorkshire, but the City full-back insisted they must take the positives into Saturday’s clash.
Back-to-back fixtures at the Utilita Energy Stadium gives the Bantams another opportunity to earn Mark Hughes’ first home win, and Foulds insisted it cannot come soon enough.
He said: “In the last 20 minutes of the game we looked really good, there were plenty of positives to take.
“We can bounce back and show the crowd what we deserved from last week.
“We set the standard against Forest Green and Hartlepool. If we meet the standards every week, we have a good chance of winning the football game.
“The fans are always behind us. They are like a 12th man and we just need to send them home happy.”
Foulds has played every game under Hughes and, having scored his second career goal just over a week ago, the 24-year-old insisted he is always looking to improve.
Despite now adding goals to his game, Foulds believes his personal targets have not changed.
He added: “There are always improvements to be made in my game but everyone will say the same. The only place to do it is on the training pitch.
“I prefer to get assists, but I would like a goal every now and then. I would like to think I can adapt to both sides of the game.
“It is always nice to help the team, but the other side is to get the clean sheet.”
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