BRADFORD Town manager Danny Greaves was pleased to see his side maintain their fine form in the higher echelons of the Toolstation League Premier Division.

The Bobcats remained in fourth place in the table following a 2-1 home success over Bridgwater Town, their 10th match unbeaten since the start of the campaign.

While the former Forest Green Rovers and Mangotsfield United goalkeeper was disappointed to see his side concede a late goal, Greaves was pleased build on their win over league leaders Buckland Athletic in their previous outing.

Rickie Scott opened the scoring for Bradford and Sam Jordan ensured that the Trowbridge Road side went in at the interval two goals to the good before the visitors grabbed a late consolation.

“I was a little worried going into the match as to whether the players to reach the same highs as they did against Buckland the previous week,” Greaves said.

“But we did a professional job, started well and we always looked in control.

“We got ourselves two goals before half-time, but you have to give credit to Bridgwater as they kept going and got a late goal – which was disappointing on our part.

“Rickie Scott got our first and we probably need to see him get a few more, while it was a real positive to see Sam Jordan on the scoresheet as that is two on the bounce for him.”

The win for Bradford means they are four points behind leaders Buckland with a game in hand on the table-toppers and third-placed Street.

However, despite their fine run, Greaves is not getting carried away.

“It is extremely close at the top,” he said. “It is probably going to go down to the wire.

“I think that there will be six or seven teams in the mix and it will come down to who doesn’t slip up against the teams they should be picking points up against.

“We have got Clevedon (Town) on Saturday and they are one of those teams I expect to be up there at the end of the season.

“They have strengthened a lot over the summer bringing players with Southern League experience, but I’ve got pretty much a full side to choose from so I’m confident that if we play to how we know we can do them we should pick up some points.”