Goal-scorer Tyreik Wright called for his team-mates to not "dwell" on last night's result, after they succumbed to a late equaliser against Swindon Town.
Wright, who netted his third goal for City since signing on loan from Aston Villa in the summer, was frustrated that his first-half strike was not enough to secure all three points for his side.
He has, however, insisted the Bantams must now focus on returning to winning ways on Saturday at the University of Bradford Stadium, against Crawley Town.
The winger said: “Being honest, I felt hard done by with the result.
“We played really well in the first half. We created a lot of chances which we should have taken to finish off the game.
“Swindon put pressure on us towards the end by playing long, and managed to find themselves a way to get back into it.
“We were positive on the ball, but we really needed that second goal. Taking our chances and extending our lead is something that we need to learn from, and I am sure that will come in future games.
“In our last couple of matches, we have not been up to the high standards we set ourselves. There is no time to dwell on it, though, we will be straight back into training, ahead of Saturday’s match with Crawley Town.”
Although disappointed by the eventual outcome, City’s No.32 reflected positively on his third goal for the club.
The 21-year-old added: “I saw Dion (Pereira) on the ball, I made a run and took the touch at my feet. The next thing I knew, the ball was in the back of the net. I was absolutely buzzing to get my goal.
“I am trying to be more positive on the ball and take more chances. I have set myself targets and hopefully, by the end of the season, I will have reached them.
“We will look forward to Saturday against Crawley Town, and this time look to secure the three points.”
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