Parkinson hails Bantams duo
Phil Parkinson praised Nahki Wells and James Meredith as the pair found the net to inspire Bradford's 3-1 home win over Cheltenham on Saturday.
Wells, City's leading scorer with nine goals, scored twice - one from the penalty spot - before Meredith, a summer signing from York, put the seal on victory in the League Two clash at Valley Parade with a third goal seven minutes from time.
It all came after Robins skipper Marlon Pack had opened the scoring for a Cheltenham side unbeaten in their previous six going into the encounter.
Bantams boss Parkinson said: "Nahki Wells got his rewards for a hard-working and disciplined performance. He ran himself into the ground for the team and got his reward while James Meredith's goal was as good a team goal as you will see.
"James is a winner, that's what I like about him. He is tough with a lot of quality, he ticks a lot of boxes. But he has got to keep going with consistent performances."
Parkinson added: "It took a lot of character to win the game and I thought we deserved our victory. It was a disciplined, strong team performance."