BANTAMS ARE TOLD TO KEEP POSITIVE
BRADFORD boss Phil Parkinson has called on his players to keep the faith as they continue to adapt to life in League One.
The Bantams have made a positive start to the season, which included a dominant display away at Carlisle United.
Parkinson saw his side net six times in their first two league games and is keen for City to be the ones on the offensive.
“We have to make sure that we keep playing in a positive frame of mind and that we are the team in the ascendancy,” said Parkinson.
“We know that if our players play at their top level and with the hunger and desire that is required we’ll be able to give any team in this division a game.
“And that is something they have shown in all of our games so far this season.”
Defender Andrew Davies was also excited by the team’s current health and sees potential in his defensive partners.
“There are always going to be games that don’t go as well as you want. But when we’re on our day, I think we’ll be one of the best back fours in our division.”
Excited: Andrew Davies