Bradford winger Kyel Reid is confident they will soon start to rise up the League Two table, despite their recent struggles.
The Bantams find themselves just a point above the relegation zone, with just three wins from their opening 15 games before Saturday's trip to Swindon.
However, City have managed to win two of their last four and Reid believes it is only a matter of time before Phil Parkinson's men put together a decent run and climb to safety.
The pacey wide-man told skysports.com: "Bradford is a big club with a massive fanbase and I don't think that they deserve to be in League Two to be honest, but we just need to show that on the pitch now.
"The performances have been pretty good recently, but we now need to start picking up points so that we can climb the table.
"The gaffer has come in and brought some good and experienced players in to the club, so when everything gels it will be an exciting side to watch.
"We've played quite well recently, but we now need to start matching those performances with results because that is the only thing that matters when it comes to putting points on the board.
"We've gelled pretty well and everyone is buzzing in training and that has shown on the pitch in recent games.
"Results obviously aren't going how we would like them at the moment, but we are playing some good football and we are confident of picking up wins and going on a good run where we win a few games on the bounce."