ANOTHER week, another City player in League Two's Team of the Week.

The likes of Richard O'Donnell, Paudie O'Connor and Danny Rowe have already made the top XI for the Bantams this season, but we can add a new name to that list.

Midfielder Levi Sutton has earned himself a spot in the midfield five after this weekend's 2-1 win at Walsall.

It was a good game for the 23-year-old regardless, but the crowning moment came just before half-time.

Picking up the loose ball after Ollie Crankshaw was felled, Sutton drove forward and hammered the ball into the net from 25-yards-out (blurred out picture above).

For fans of aesthetics, the shot went in off the underside of the crossbar too.

It wasn't an easy start for Sutton at City. He was suspended upon his arrival, and earned a crazy red card at Barrow in one of his first few games as the Bantams slipped to a 1-0 defeat in Cumbria.

But he has become an integral part of the set up under Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars, and this award is yet another nod to his continued progress in West Yorkshire.