Hereford manager Jamie Pitman praised his team's work-rate after watching the Bulls draw 1-1 at Bradford.
The visitors restrict the Bantams to a handful of chances before taking the lead after 83 minutes through Byron Anthony's header.
However, Bradford hit back well to equalise after 87 minutes courtesy of substitute David Syers.
"I was disappointed we didn't take all three points," said Pitman. "But the players worked so hard. We have been hit by injuries and suspensions but we patched a team together and they dealt with a bit of pressure at times.
"We are used to playing in front of 2,500 at home but it is what you are in football for to play in front of a big like Bradford had and the lads showed a lot of character to play in front of such a big crowd.
"I feel sorry for the boys that we didn't win but injuries and suspensions makes it hard to get consistency."