TYRELL Robinson will use the Checkatrade Trophy tonight as an audition at left back.

City host Rotherham in their final group game with qualification already secured for the knock-out stages.

But Stuart McCall believes there are still plenty of incentives for the home side.

One of those is seeing how speedy youngster Robinson performs at full back, a role McCall sees him growing into.

The Bantams boss said: “Tyrell’s certainly more of an offensive player than defender.

“Sometimes we’ve played the wing backs in training and he fits into that. For the majority of the time he’s on the front foot.

“Left back is slightly different with somebody in front of you. But he’s played it before when he was at Arsenal and we’ll have a look at him in there.

“Tyrell would probably prefer to be further forward but we’ve got a lot of attacking options at the club.

“Whereas at left back, with Adam Chicksen’s injury, there’s only Tom (Field), so then it might be an area of the pitch Tyrell looks to target.”

Rotherham must win to join City in the second round – and Millers boss Paul Warne is also demanding a response to their FA Cup exit at Crewe.

He said: “Some of the lads might need to play a few demons out of their system.”

McCall welcomes the extra edge to the game.

“We might be up against a fired-up side on the back of them getting beaten in the FA Cup,” he said.

“They might be a little stronger in their selection than ourselves. But we’ve had some good performances from the younger ones, so I’m looking forward to the game.

“It’s a competitive game first and foremost. It would be nice, even though we are through, to finish on top so that we get a home draw in the next round.”

City (possible): Sattelmaier, Hendrie, Thompson, Barr, Robinson, Devine, Pybus, McCartan, Gibson, Poleon, Patrick.