COLIN Doyle insists there can be no hint of complacency when City face League Two's bottom team in the FA Cup first round.

The Bantams will start heavy favourites against a struggling Chesterfield side at Valley Parade.

Yet it was the same last season when they fell at the first hurdle at home to lower-division opposition, Accrington deservedly beating them 2-1 to follow up their EFL Cup success.

Doyle said: "The FA Cup is a tournament we want to do well in. It's important for everyone.

"Obviously, you've got to get through the first couple of rounds and then it starts to take shape when all the Premier League teams come in. That's when the excitement really gets going for the fans.

"But we've got to be good enough to beat Chesterfield first. That's going to be a tough game because they've got nothing to lose.

"Look at us last year against Accrington. Without realising it, we probably went into the game thinking 'this is going to be easy' and they turned us over – that happened in both cups.

"We definitely need to make sure we go into it right mentally. But it's one the lads are looking forward to and hopefully the start of a good run for all of us."

Luke Hendrie will return in place of the suspended Tony McMahon. Dominic Poleon is also back in contention as Stuart McCall considers making other changes.

The City boss was criticised after the Accrington defeat for reshuffling the line-up but still feels he sent out a team strong enough to do the job.

McCall said: "You look back at the team we put out that day – Fil Morais is now playing for Bolton, Nathan Clarke, Rory McArdle.

"We never took Accrington lightly last year. The team we played was probably good enough to beat them eight times out of ten. But we were just very poor on the day. That can happen.

"There are a few who need a game and we'll have a look for Saturday. You'd think if we put a team out, whether we make one change or four, that ought to be strong enough.

"They are League One players but it's how you perform on the day."