JAKE Webster has called on Bulls to kick their habit of making things hard for themselves.

They go into today's Championship clash at home to Barrow aiming for their sixth straight victory.

But their last two triumphs came thanks to Houdini-like comebacks and Bradford failed to score first in each of their five successive wins.

Webster said: "The last few weeks we’ve had to show a lot of character.

"We are getting something special but it would be nice not to have to claw it back the way we do, though you can’t knock the boys' effort – we never give up.

"I don’t know how many times I’ve got to knock it home, we’ve got to stop doing it like this.

"It is stressful on the players to have to pull it out at the end but credit to them as well."

Webster played his part in Bulls' derby win at Halifax, scoring the final try to secure a 33-26 success as Bradford scored 21 unanswered points to overturn a 26-12 deficit.

Coming after an even more remarkable comeback against Featherstone just five days earlier, Webster said the victories were a mark of how resilient John Kear's side have become.

He said: "The 'never die' attitude is bred into them and if we keep going that way, no game is ever over."

Now he is urging them to "stop switching off for those 20 minutes."

The 35-year-old centre is in today's 19-man squad and is quite happy to back up and play just three days after the win at The Shay in unseasonally hot conditions.

He said: "The body's holding up sweet. I feel young and good.

"John’s looking after me and the coaching staff are great with me, and the medical staff are keeping me on my toes.

"It’s all guns blazing and I’m ready to rock and roll on Monday. If he picks me, I’ll be ready. "I’ll put my hand up. I’m enjoying my footie so while I’m enjoying it I want to keep playing."

Once more Bulls fans produced a superb turnout on Good Friday and Webster said: "To walk out to that is a credit to them – we appreciate all they do and now we need them to rock up again in numbers, more if possible, today."