Bradford striker Nahki Wells' desire to improve is behind his first-team breakthrough, according to manager Phil Parkinson.
Wells, 21, joined City following his release from Carlisle last summer, but only last month became a regular feature in boss Phil Parkinson's side, the Bermudan starting in the last five matches.
Parkinson told the club's official website: "What I like about Nahki is his ability to take things on board, listen and improve.
"He's always listening to what myself and Steve (Parkin) have to say and tries hard to put it into practise.
"I really like him as a player and I can see some potential in him. The mental attitude Nahki has is something that we want from all of our players.
"You can only coach players to a certain degree, you need to identify players that have that desire within themselves to want to improve."