BRADFORD Bulls winger David Foggin-Johnston thinks Sunday's League One clash at Oldham Roughyeds is the time for John Kear's men to "flip the switch", after coming close for no reward against London Broncos and Featherstone Rovers.

Bulls have shown promise in their two league games so far, but were under-par in their 22-0 Challenge Cup win over Underbank Rangers at the weekend.

Foggin-Johnston, who was due to play for Bulls' reserves against Castleford Tigers last night, thinks the team can learn a lot from the Underbank performance, including how to adapt their style of play to the conditions they are faced with.

Looking ahead to Oldham after the Challenge Cup win, he said: "We kick on from here. We said after the Fev game that we've played the two best in the league and had two close games.

"I think now's the time that we flip the switch and get some wins under our belts. I think we need to build on today's (cup) performance.

"There's a lot to learn but I think we're going to go into next week full of fire, and hopefully get the W."

The winger added: "I played against them (Oldham) a little bit when I was at another team (Hunslet).

"They're a very fast-paced team but I think if our middles bar up and dominate down the middle, then we can just take it from there."

A boggy pitch and high winds were a major factor against Underbank and it could be the same again in Oldham at the weekend.

Asked what they did wrong against Rangers, Foggin-Johnston admitted: "We're a good ball-playing team but we can't really blame the conditions. We should have been a bit more conservative in the manner of how we played.

"The fact that we were trying to throw them balls that weren't there, we should have just kept it to ourselves a little bit.

"Fair play to us for keeping them to nil but at the end of the day, our performance wasn't where it should have been."