Fit-again Bradford defender Robbie Threlfall has set his sights on helping his side climb up the League Two table during the busy festive period.
Threlfall made his comeback from injury as a substitute in Bradford's last outing last month in the 1-1 draw at home to Accrington.
Former Liverpool starlet Threlfall has backed the club to come good after going three games without a win and get back in contention for the play-offs.
Bradford meet basement boys Hereford this weekend and Threlfall hopes a victory will set them on a winning run ahead of the crucial Christmas period.
"It has been frustrating the last week or so since our game against Aldershot was postponed last week and all the lads are raring to go against Hereford on Saturday," Threlfall told skysports.com.
"If we can get a win against Hereford it will set us up nicely for the busy run of games we have over Christmas.
"It has been tough so far this season, but we have had a lot of injuries, including myself, but once we get everyone fit and available I am sure we can climb the table.
"We have a good squad and a quality manager in Peter Taylor and I am sure with a few decent results we will sitting in a better position than we are at the minute."
Raring to go
Threlfall is back to full fitness and he is keen to get a regular run in the side.
"I am fit and raring to go again after a spell out and I want to do my best for the team," he added.
"There are a number of games coming up and hopefully I can play my part in helping the side get back to winning ways."