CITY’S strength in depth will have a big say in whether they can storm into the play-off picture.

Form team Stevenage stand in the way of further progress towards League Two’s top seven this afternoon.

The Bantams head for Hertfordshire to face a home side unbeaten in their last 11 games.

Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars are considering changes after the quick turnaround from Good Friday’s win over Forest Green.

But Elliot Watt insists there is plenty of power in reserve to give the bosses those options.

The midfielder said: “The gaffers said in the changing room after the game everybody has a role to play - whether it's coming on from the bench or if you don't make the bench, it's about supporting the lads to get the three points.

“We've got a great changing room and everybody is right behind people to go and do the job, it's brilliant.

“I think we've got quality throughout the squad. We had Ollie Crankshaw, Charles Vernam, Danny Rowe and Matty Foulds on the bench (on Friday) – these are top players who have a case to start any game.

“If you look at the squad depth, whatever 11 plays on a given day, they can go and do the job.

“It's disappointing when you don't play but you've got to support the lads who are starting to go and get the job done. That's important if you've got that togetherness in the squad.

“We may have been on a bad run but we're confident in our abilities as a team to beat anybody.”

Back-to-back wins have pushed City to within three points of the final play-off spot with nine games to go. But Watt is staying grounded ahead of a tough test at the Lamex Stadium.

“It’s one game at a time,” he added. “We had a drop-off in form but it was about getting back to what we do best and we've done that in the last two.

“Now our focus is on Stevenage and getting three points.

“We want to play the best teams in the league and they're probably in their best run of form so we can really test ourselves and see where we are.

“They' will be full of confidence, as are we, so it should be a good game.”

Levi Sutton, who missed his first game on Friday since the change of managers, is not expected to be ready to return alongside Watt.