Adam Wilson spoke proudly after scoring his first goal for the club to equalise during City’s 1-1 draw against Wrexham at the University of Bradford Stadium.
Thanks to their No.33, the Bantams remain unbeaten under caretaker player-manager Kevin McDonald, after his 85th-minute strike salvaged a point.
The winger was pleased to be able to contribute from the bench with his goal, admitting coming into a fast-paced game is not an easy thing to do, but suits his style of play.
“It is a feeling you cannot describe,” he said.
“It was a good feeling to get my first goal for the club. I am very happy.
“It is not easy (to come off the bench), but that is the way I play - fast paced.
“Coming off the bench to such a fast-paced game suits me, and I am happy to contribute.”
The 23-year-old heaped praise upon the home support he and his teammates received from a jam-packed University of Bradford Stadium, where over 21,500 supporters saw yesterday's game.
Wilson is looking ahead to the Bantams' next game this coming Tuesday at Stadium MK away to MK Dons, citing the importance of recovery ahead of the long 160-mile trip midweek.
He added: “It was unbelievable. It was so loud.
“The fans were constantly loud throughout the game. It gives you the energy to run those extra yards.
“We will get in on Monday and recover and go again. Every week is not easy, you have to continue the hard work.
“You have to do the right things, recover correctly and go again.”