ELLIOT Minchella says Bulls need to go into their final five matches "all guns blazing" if they are to break into the play-offs.

With Bradford currently three points off fifth-placed Featherstone in the Championship, the forward admits they might have to win all their remaining games to extend their season.

That starts with the toughest of tests against runaway leaders Toronto Wolfpack at Odsal on Sunday.

Minchella said: "We're up against it with the loss at York and draw against Swinton, so we can’t really afford to drop points in the next five.

"We’re going to have to go all guns blazing and do everything we can to get all ten points."

With a famous cup win over Leeds Rhinos - and having already beaten three of the current top five in Toulouse, Featherstone and Leigh - Minchella believes Bulls are capable of rising to the occasion against the Canadian visitors.

He said: "Toulouse have beaten them this year – it’s doable but it’s going to be tough, don’t get me wrong. We have got a lot of respect for them. They are top of the league for a reason.

"We need to produce nine out of ten, ten out of ten performances, from one to 17. I’m confident we’ve got that in us, it’s just whether we turn up and produce that."

Minchella, who admitted the Bulls' first weekend off since the start of the year was 'well overdue', added: "It's similar to when we played Leeds when everyone wrote us off in the cup.

"Leeds were the favourites but we turned up and beat them but it’s not as easy as saying that ‘we beat Leeds, we can beat Toronto’ because it doesn’t work like that.

"They will be fired up and want to build momentum going into the play-offs. It’s going to be tough and a big challenge but it’s one of those challenges we are going to have to overcome if we want to get to where we want to be."

Bulls could be boosted by the return to fitness of a number of players.

James Green, Rhys Evans, Brandon Pickersgill and Ashley Gibson could be in line for selection.