Injured Bantams winger Paul Anderson says he is able to keep positive despite facing the prospect of a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Anderson unfortunately suffered a broken leg during the first half of City's home fixture with Peterborough United towards the end of last month - an injury which is expected to keep him out for at least the vast majority of the rest of the season.
Speaking about the injury for the very first time exclusively to Bantams Player HD, Anderson remains in good spirits, however, and believes he may still have something to aim for this campaign.
He said: "Thankfully, it hasn't all been too painful. I've just been relying on my missus to help get things for me!
"It is more the awkwardness really of getting around and being in a full leg cast.
"Things you took for granted before suddenly aren't so easy. Using crutches as well, you obviously can't carry anything either.
"Injuries are part and parcel of football though.
"We have players within the group who might not play again this season but at least I possibly have something to work towards.
"It would be nice to be able to play again towards the end of the season but the main thing is just getting it all right.
"It was a quite clean break - I've not had anything operated on - so hopefully everything can go straight forward, I can get out of the cast and get back on the pitch as soon as possible ready to do some hard work.
"I would like to say a big thank you for all of the support I have recently since the injury, especially through social media.
"The Bradford City fans have been absolutely brilliant with me. Their good wishes and messages of support do help a lot."
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