A SHADOW minister has said Labour has a good chance of bagging three more seats across the district in the General Election.

Speaking during a visit to Bradford, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper was bullish about Labour's chances of winning not just the key marginals of Bradford East and Keighley but also Bradford West when the district goes to the polls.

Today, Ms Cooper dropped into the Cafe West community centre and nursery in Allerton, Bradford, with Bradford West Labour candidate Naz Shah.

She said Labour had a "really strong chance" of taking Bradford East from the Liberal Democrats, saying that was why Labour's candidate there, Imran Hussain, had been "campaigning so hard".

And she said the party's Keighley candidate John Grogan had been mounting a "fantastic campaign" in Keighley, a marginal seat where Local Government Minister Kris Hopkins is battling to get re-elected for the Conservatives.

She said: "For us, really, a lot of this is about the basics. We will go and talk to everybody. We will listen to everybody. We will be on every doorstep."

In Bradford West, where Respect's George Galloway is defending a 10,000 majority, Ms Cooper insisted a Labour win was achievable.

She said: "I think it is. That's why we are fighting for every vote. I'm so proud of the work Naz has been doing here and all the people she has been talking to."

Ms Cooper wasn't the only Labour big-hitter visiting the area on the last day of campaigning.

Ed Miliband and wife Justine visited Pudsey yesterday, while Mrs Miliband also dropped by the University of Bradford.