Ahead of City's trip to Rochdale this Tuesday, towering centre half Andrew Davies believes Phil Parkinson's side don't need to change much to get themselves back to winning ways.
Agreeing with the general consensus that City played well enough to merit something from their weekend encounter with Port Vale, Davies feels the Bantams can take some encouragement from their display against the Valiants despite eventually losing the match.
Davies said: "I think it is important that we try and put some things right on Tuesday that we maybe didn't do (perfectly) at the weekend (vs Port Vale).
"I think overall though it was a very strong performance from the boys, we just couldn't score that vital goal really.
"Personally, I'd have been disappointed with a draw from Saturday given the way that we played.
"Considering that we'd played extra-time the Tuesday before, I think some people may have thought we'd start the game slowly.
"We didn't though, we started the game flying and could have been a few goals up within 20-25 minutes. We're all disappointed with the way Saturday went but we have to just pick ourselves up and go again.
"We didn't get a result on Saturday but we move on to what will be another tough game at Rochdale on Tuesday.
"It will be another hard match for us but there's no reason why we can't get a result from it if we're at our best."
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