GARY Bowyer vowed he never wants the bitter taste of relegation again after City’s League One finale ended in a tame draw against Wimbledon.

The goalless stalemate was enough for the visitors to complete their survival bid.

But it was a low-key ending for the Bantams, whose fate had been sealed with three games to go.

“This feeling that I have doesn’t sit right and I’m never having it again,” admitted Bowyer, who will sit down with the squad individually on Tuesday to tell them if they are in his plans for next season or not.

“It’s done now and we’ve just got to finish it off with meetings with the players. I’ll make them aware of my decisions and then get cracking.”

City had most of the ball against Wimbledon, who were happy to sit back and protect the point that kept them out of the bottom four.

Bowyer added: “I thought we controlled the possession but we didn’t have enough shots.

“Not enough players took enough responsibility to pull the trigger – probably not just in this game but throughout the season.

“I don’t think we put enough balls into the box. We always wanted to play in front of Wimbledon and that suited them.

“We didn’t move the ball at a quick enough tempo. It was a bit ‘end of season-ish’, which I didn’t like because I still wanted to win the game.”