Bradford City full-back Robbie Threlfall is looking forward to putting a smile back on the faces of those supporters who endured a frustrating campaign last time out.
The ex-Liverpool trainee claims there is a good feeling around the club at the moment and is optimistic regarding the club's prospects for the year ahead.
There are certainly no plans to repeat their 18th place finish from last season, with far too long spent languishing at the wrong end of the table.
Threlfall told skysports.com: "Since the gaffer (Peter Jackson) and Coops (Colin Cooper) came in they have lifted everyone involved at the club, everything this pre-season has been first class and we are all looking to entertain the fans a lot more than we did last year that's for sure."
Threlfall, who had a frustrating campaign last season, has also spoken of the team's desire to put their recent troubles behind them and focus on meeting their targets for 2011/12.
He added: "It was a disappointing season, but everyone is looking forward to the season ahead.
"Bradford is a massive club with a great set of fans, so for me personally I am looking forward to playing my part in what we all hope will be a positive season."