Andy Cook has been named April Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month.
The City frontman was nominated for the award after five goals and two assists last month. Wednesday's goal at Crewe Alexandra took his tally for the season up to 31.
Cook beat Luke Armstrong of Harrogate Town, Newport County's Omar Bogle and Stockport County defender Chris Hussey to the award.
He said: "It is an honour to win my second Player of the Month award of the season, after what was a successful month on a personal note.
"To score five goals and get two assists was great for me in continuing my positive personal form, while more importantly helping the team pick up some crucial points.
"We have one game of the regular season left, so hopefully I can continue helping the team on the field as we aim to achieve our goals."
Sky Sports’ EFL pundit, and former City striker, Don Goodman said: "It's hard to overstate Cook's importance to Bradford this season, with 35 goal involvements second to only Erling Haaland among players in England's top four tiers.
"The Bantams look destined for the Play-Offs and will be a team to be feared, so a huge amount of credit must go Cook's way for that - and indeed Mark Hughes for providing an atmosphere that has allowed him to flourish."
The judging panel comprises Goodman, Sky Bet EFL trader Ivor Davies and EFL chief executive Trevor Birch.