Bradford (Park Avenue)’s Mitch Lund has stressed that his side must build on their shock win over Chester when they visit Vanarama National League North favourites King’s Lynn Town tonight.
The defender was man-of-the-match as Avenue beat the play-off contending Blues 2-1 at Horsfall on Saturday.
Lund started at centre-half, replacing the departed Liam Hughes, and seemed to form a solid partnership with the experienced Billy Priestley.
The 23-year-old defended relentlessly to fend off a strong Chester attack who have netted a huge 62 goals already this campaign, the second highest in the division.
Lund is now confident that his team have a chance against second-placed Town if they can replicate their last performance.
The former Doncaster Rovers man also wants to prove to manager Mark Bower that he has what it takes to have a prolonged run in the starting 11.
He said: “We are hoping to take the momentum on and keep it going to see how many points we can get. It is massive (the King’s Lynn game). We have showed that we can do it so we just need to carry it on.”