COACH James Lowes insists there will be no let up in the Bulls' bid to go out with a bang in 2014.
The General saw his side overcome arch-rivals Leeds Rhinos at Headingley last night, with Bradford recording an impressive 20-14 victory.
A 78th-minute Lee Gaskell try proved the difference as the Bulls recorded their second-straight victory, following last Sunday's win over champions Wigan Warriors.
And Lowes is calling for more of the same, with just four games of the season remaining.
“It is fantastic to walk into the dressing room and see the boys smiling again,” he said.
“Once you get a win, it can have a snowball effect and we are not going to let up with that either.
“Both sides had very good chances to win last night and it is a credit to both teams that they scrambled so well in defence.
“I could not have complained if it had gone either way, it was so evenly balanced.
“If it is the last thing we do in Super League, then it certainly would not be a bad way to go out.
“We are going to try everything to keep picking up wins, whether that means we alter what goes on towards the top of table or not.
“Personally, I am overjoyed and very pleased with the way in which our players are now approaching games.”
Returning back-rower Dale Ferguson came through the First:Utility Super League clash unscathed, while Adam Sidlow enjoyed arguably his best game of the year in an impressive team performance.
The Bulls return to action on Sunday August 17, when Hull FC visit the Provident Stadium in round twenty-four.
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