CITY boss Stuart McCall was angry that the Millwall fans had been allowed to get on to the pitch at the end of his side's 1-0 League One Play-Off final defeat at Wembley.

McCall, along with players including Tony McMahon and Mark Marshall, was goaded by the pitch invaders.

And he said: "I have to say I'm very, very disappointed in the stewarding, to allow the fans across the halfway line to confront me and my players – because I was close to clocking a couple of them, that's for sure.

"I think Wembley will have to look at that for next season."

McCall was frustrated in defeat but said: "First and foremost, congratulation to Neil, his staff and his players.

"I just feel numb at this moment, there's nothing I can say to the players or the supporters.

"We knew we were two tight sides and the odd goal would do it. We'll just have to lick our wounds and come back stronger next season."

Bradford had gone desperately close to a first-half opener when Billy Clarke's shot was superbly tipped around the post by Millwall goalkeeper Jordan Archer.

McCall said: "Clarkey's through, he dinks it and Archer's made an outstanding save - that's the thin line between failure and success.

"It wasn't a bad miss, it was a fantastic save."