Bantams boss Phil Parkinson knows his side will have plenty to play for when they travel to Coventry City this Tuesday in their latest Sky Bet League 1 fixture.
Following Monday's FA Cup Semi Final draw which pitted City against Arsenal should they defeat Reading in their quarter final replay, victory for Parkinson's men at Coventry this Tuesday evening would propel them back into the Play-Off places.
While cup fever might be continuing to grip the club, Parkinson knows City still have plenty to play for when it comes to league matters as well.
Parkinson said: "The league is so tight at the moment but we know that a win at Coventry will put us back in the top six.
"There are so many teams fighting for these spots which can only be good for the league.
"Sheffield United losing two home games on the trot will have given a lot of teams belief.
"Prior to those games, I think a lot of people thought there was just one Play-Off spot left up for grabs but it has opened up slightly again now.
"We want to get a couple of results this week at Coventry and Notts County and try to get ourselves closer to Sheff United.
"We have to look at the teams above us and try to aim for them."