CITY have a secret points target in mind as they eye another promotion-chasing scalp today.

The Bantams are unbeaten against teams in League Two’s top six since Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars took charge in December.

And they hope to add Forest Green to an impressive list of high-flying victims that already includes leaders Cambridge, Cheltenham, Tranmere and Morecambe.

“We don’t fear anybody in the league,” said Trueman ahead of the Valley Parade clash with fifth-placed Rovers. “When we’re at our best we can beat anybody.

“It’s up to us to try and reach those performances levels. That’s the hardest thing in football – to maintain that and be consistent.

“We’re confident going into the game but we’re also aware how tough it’s going to be.

“Forest Green have got a lot of quality. They are a team who like to keep possession of the ball, so we’ve got to be patient in what we do.

“We’ve got to be at our best to get any type of result.

“But we’ve always had that belief since we came in. We’re winners and want to win every game.

“That’s our mindset. We never go out thinking if we can get a draw.

“If we can get a win to back up the Colchester performance that will put us in a better position going to Stevenage.”

City have passed the 50-point survival mark – which was the priority when the management duo were promoted from the academy after Stuart McCall was sacked.

Trueman is keen to push on in the final 10 games and has another goal in mind – but with his side sitting six points away from the play-offs he’s not saying what the next target is.

“We have set that as a team and we’re going to keep it in-house,” he added.

“We’ve just got to keep finishing as strong as we can and win as many games as we can before the end of the season.

“Us as staff and the team are happy we’ve reached that 50 points because it was our short-term goal. We wanted to be away from the relegation zone.

“When we went in as interim coaches, our goal was to move away from the relegation zone. We’ve come from third bottom to mid-table now.

“But we want to keep moving up, picking up points and use that momentum going into next season.

“The good work the players have done has got us in a positive position and we’ve just got to finish as strong as we can.

“With us coming in halfway through the season, we’re still quite fresh in our ideas and what we’re trying to implement. We’re still looking to improve in everything we do.”

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