The Football League Paper - - NEWS - By Jack Roberts

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

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