CITY’S interim bosses look like old hands at management, according to Connor Wood.

Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars face arguably the toughest date of their spell in charge with today’s trip to Cheltenham.

But the Bantams head for Gloucestershire in buoyant mood from the 21-point haul in the 10 games since the academy duo stepped up to the helm.

And Wood reckons they have both shown a maturity in their managerial approach – especially in the focus on the opposition.

The City left back said: “They've not looked out of place at all. (It’s) as if they've been managing a first team for years.

“The main thing I've said consistently is the detail they put into the analysis side of it. The information they give us as a team and individuals has been the best I've ever seen and I think I'm safe in saying that's the same for any other players you ask.”

Trueman and Sellars work closely with club analysts Robbie Bloodworth and Scott Dyer to prepare the players for the challenges they can expect to face.

Wood, a product of the Leicester academy, believes the input is even more detailed than he experienced with the Premier League club.

“It's all credit to both of them and especially Scott and Robbie who do our analysis sessions,” he added. “It's a massive credit to them all.

“The information they're providing us has helped us so much in the run we're on since they've come in.

“They've told us their game-plan and how they want to play and instilled that into us as a team and it's been working for us.

“I'd say it's even better than what I had at Leicester. I don't think you'll find the detail they go into at many other places and it just speaks volumes for what we're doing out on the pitch and the results we've had.

“It's not a surprise when you look at what they're doing behind closed doors with us."