JOHN Kear is urging the Bulls to summon up another "Leeds performance" to shock Championship table-toppers Toronto.

After their first free weekend of the year, the build-up begins to Sunday’s crucial clash with the Wolfpack at Odsal.

The Bulls are three points behind the play-offs with five games to play.

Kear has challenged his players to aim to win them all – starting with the all-conquering leaders.

Only Toulouse have beaten Toronto so far but the Bulls proved they can raise their game as underdogs by knocking the Rhinos out of the Challenge Cup.

“It’s a good comparison with the Leeds one,” said Kear.

“We had no right to beat them personnel-wise but we did. It was a great performance and result.

“We need another Leeds now and that’s what I’ll be telling the players.

“It’s a massive game, it’s on TV and hopefully a lot of fans will come along to see our Canadian cousins. It will be a really good occasion.

“It would be nice if we could be the second team to turn them over. Toulouse did it at their place, so it would be good if we could follow, especially now they are champions.

“We’ll try and win every game we can now and see where we are at the end of the season.”

Brian McDermott’s all-conquering team have already wrapped up the league leaders shield with a month to spare.

Toronto’s mindset may change as they tick games off for the play-offs but Kear will focus purely on his own side in this week’s build-up.

He added: “Toronto are top of the league. That’s where they have finished.

“I’m sure Brian now can use different combinations and leave out anyone with a slight injury.

“He might look at it completely differently but all I can do is look at it from our point of view.

“We’re desperate to get the points and will attempt to do that.

“Featherstone were really good against them over in Toronto and just came up four points short. Widnes gave them a real scare as well.

“Any team can be beaten. It’s a matter of preparing and playing as well as we possibly can.

“As long as we do that, we’ll give ourselves a chance.”