THE T&A's chief sports writer Simon Parker expands on his explosive interview with Josh Wright this week, revealing that the club would not let the former Bantams midfielder speak to him at all last season. 

Wright will be in the team for City's opponents tomorrow, Leyton Orient, and he is their top scorer with six goals.

The Londoners are on a rotten run of form, and, speaking to T&A sports reporter Nathan Atkinson, Simon expresses his sympathy with the club, as they try and adjust to the shock passing of manager Justin Edinburgh in the summer.

The Bantams will head down to the capital tomorrow on the back of a 1-0 home victory over Newport County last weekend, a win that was not pretty, but necessary.

James Vaughan scored the only goal from the spot, to make it four in five League Two games. Simon expects him, and fellow striker Aramide Oteh, to go into tomorrow's away day full of confidence.