Jamie Walker is hoping to pick up all three points when the Bantams visit Meadow Lane to face Notts County in tomorrow's lunchtime clash.
City’s No.7 took positives from last week’s performance in a narrow defeat to Barrow, but is looking to bounce back with a victory against the Magpies.
The Scot is looking forward to the side's second Sky-live encounter of the season, adding that the change in kick-off time should not affect the Bantams much, but that it is a great opportunity to showcase their ability.
“Winning football matches is the most vital thing,” he said.
“The mood around the training ground was very good after a few wins under Kev (McDonald), so hopefully we can get victories and kick on.
“Last week, we played well, but lost. The manager was impressed with how we played, so hopefully we can add to that performance and get some points on the board.
“As we get closer to kick-off, all the players have their own routines. They will stick with them regardless of the kick-off time.
“Our game being shown live on Sky Sports is a great opportunity to show what we are about, and what the manager wants from us.”
The 30-year old has been “very impressed” by new Bantams boss Graham Alexander, insisting City must keep improving under their new manager, and is hoping for a first victory under the new Bantams chief tomorrow lunchtime.
“I have been very impressed,” Walker added.
“With the new manager, it is going to take some time to get some ideas across.
“Hopefully, we can continue to improve from game to game.
“He wants good intensity and wants players forward and in the box, so his ideas are being embedded.
“Given time, they could really come into fruition.
“It would be nice to end a hard week of training with three points.”
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