Bantams skipper Gary Jones has acknowledged that making it three wins on the spin this Saturday (1 March 2014) will be tough - but he doesn't want to lose that winning buzz if he can help it.
Jones and the rest of his City team-mates will be going for a third win on the trot at the Coral Windows Stadium this Saturday when they entertain bottom of the table Stevenage.
The City captain says confident levels within the camp are understandably high after recent back-to-back wins over Port Vale and Milton Keynes Dons but he knows Saturday won't be easy.
Currently sat in the League 1 relegation zone, Stevenage will come to Valley Parade desperate for the points - a fact Jones knows all too well.
He believes this will make Graham Westley's side dangerous and determined opponents and City will have to be on the top of their game to achieve three home wins on the trot.
Jones said:" After two wins out of two, everyone is understandably looking forward to Saturday.
"We know it will be another big test for us though.
"Stevenage picked up an important win over Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday and they are fighting for their lives.
"As we’ve seen over the course of this season so far, no games in this division are easy.
"Stevenage will come to Valley Parade at the weekend and look to make it very difficult for us.
"Our last two results have obviously been very positive for us and we will aim for another win on Saturday.
"We know how tough it is going to be this weekend, but it has taken us a long time to get this winning feeling back and we don’t want to let it go easily.
"We don’t think for a second this game will be any easier than any of the other matches we’ve had this season just because Stevenage currently find themselves bottom of the league.
"We know the desire and effort that will be needed if we want to try and make it three wins in a row for us."