Phil Parkinson praises players dogged pursuit of one point
James Hanson's goal in the last four minutes saved the Bantams from a home defeat against Plymouth Argyle.
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson praised the chances his men made in the first half - and their tenacity in chasing a goal right to the end, despite the very tense atmosphere after Plymouth's early second half goal.
"Credit to the lads because they kept going until we got the all-important equaliser. After that we could have won it, we had two or three moments with great chances but we've got to make the keeper work more. Ricky's had one, Flynny's had another, they were good goal-scoring opportunities and we've missed the target."
The Bantams remain third from the bottom of the League Two table.