Bradford defender Robbie Threlfall believes playing against team-mate Kyel Reid is a nightmare for League Two full-backs.
Left-back Threlfall is glad he only has to face winger Reid in training and does not envy those defenders who do play against him.
Threlfall told the Telegraph and Argus: "He's got that great pace and ability and I don't think we've had that outlet in previous years. Reidy takes the pressure off the whole team and he's certainly a good asset for us.
"I can't think any full back in the Football League would like to play against Kyel with his pace.
"Any defender will tell you if the ball goes over your head or behind you, it's the worst feeling in the world.
"You don't mind the ball in front of you, it's when you are turning towards your own goal against a guy with the pace that he's got."