DOMINIC Poleon admits he does not care how they do it as long as City can keep on winning.

The striker notched his fourth goal of the season to set them on the way to a 3-1 success at previous leaders Peterborough.

That eye-catching result lifted the Bantams up to fourth in League One ahead of another tricky trip to Oxford tomorrow.

It was an impressive display from Stuart McCall's men – but Poleon is not bothered about winning with style.

Poleon said: "There was a bit of criticism early on that we were getting the wins but not playing particularly well.

"So it's nice that we've played well in the last two games and still won.

"But from a personal point of view, it's all about the wins; no two ways about it.

"We can have a dry first half, dry second half and get a tap-in in the 90th minute – it doesn't matter.

"Maybe last year the team were playing even better than we have early on. But there were too many draws and not wins.

"Teams who do well in this division are ones that know how to win. Bad game or good, it doesn't matter.

"We've kind of got that. Fans want to be excited by the team playing well but the players want to get the win.

"It's all about the result and I'll take a scrappy win every day."

Poleon's early strike was followed by headers from Romain Vincelot and Matt Kilgallon before half-time. City have now scored 13 goals in their last four outings.

"We're going out there trying to do our bit," said Poleon.

"It's good that I'm scoring, it's good that the team are scoring and we just need to keep knocking off these wins.

"The manager gives us the freedom to go and express ourselves. We believe we're good players, the manager gives us a style to play and we have to go and do that.

"We're just trying to execute the game plan and thankfully it's working.

"We showed on Sky last week (against Bristol Rovers) we were a good high-pressing team. We don't let teams get a foothold in the game – we try to press them and say 'can you handle us?'

"We proved that again on Saturday. We started fast and we've been good on the ball."

Peterborough pulled a goal back in the second half but Poleon insisted there were no fears of a Walsall-style comeback from the hosts.

"At 3-0 up, you need to be seeing games out, there's no two ways about it," he said.

"But we analysed what went wrong that day and on Saturday I don't think there was one person in the team who thought it would be a repeat.

"There's confidence all over the pitch. This is a tight division, it's about who turns up and we're doing that."

Adam Chicksen will miss tomorrow's game after his late red card. Tony McMahon is also one game away from a ban after picking up his fourth booking.

City suffered no suspensions last season and McCall admitted it is an issue he wants to clamp down on.

"It's not something we want and we've mentioned it in the dressing room," he said.

"I don't mind if players are getting booked in honest challenges. We play at a tempo and sometimes you can be a split-second away.

"But last year our discipline in terms of back chat and things like kicking the ball away was spot on. We don't want to lose that."