BRADFORD Town boss Danny Greaves praised a successful February for his side, despite dropping points to mid-table Cribbs on Saturday.

Greaves' men took the lead through Ricky Scott on 84 minutes before a late equaliser courtesy of Charlie Aldom restricted Town to a point.

The result leaves Bradford third in the Toolstation Western Football League Premier Division, seven points short of table topping Street - who have a game in hand.

Though Greaves was left frustrated by the late goal, he was quick to praise the efforts of his side during February - which saw them beat Bridport, Willand and Shepton Mallett.

"Ten points out of a possible 12 is a great return for the month," said Greaves.

"Given our form we went into Saturday's game thinking we could win. I'd consider it points dropped.

"But if you offered us 10 points at the start of the month we would've definitely took it. It's just disappointing to concede late on."

The Town boss was quick reiterate the importance of a productive February to his side after admitting the dressing room atmosphere was 'flat' following the late equaliser.

Defeat to Marske United in the FA Vase proved the only loss for Greaves' men in the month as he conceded his men must not get too down following Saturday's draw.

He said: "The dressing room was a little flat after, but that was purely down to the circumstances.

"Their goal came from a mix-up at the back, it was a simple goal for them.

"But it's my job to pick the boys up and reiterate to them that it's been a good month. We can't get too down when we lost, we must keep up our good form."

Bradford now face a potentially season defining home fixture against league leaders Street this weekend.

A win could see Town jump up to second in the league table and move within four points of Street, who haven't lost a league fixture since August.

Graves said: "We have a disappointing record against Street. We'll be out to put that right.

"We've lost just as many games as Street. But they've turned draws into wins, and that's been our failure this season.

"Our aim at the moment is to push on and claim second.

"We have a tremendous record this season and it's something to be proud of. But it accounts for nothing if we start to lose games before the season ends.

"Luckily we've had no mid-week game this week.

"We've got a fair few knocks and bruises but all being well we'll be close to full strength this weekend.

"James (Moon) will be missing though. He came off after ten minutes on Saturday and will be out for a few weeks.

"It's a big game and we have a few days to prepare. We haven't been on the training pitch in a while because the games are coming thick and fast.

"But we now have a chance to iron out a few weaknesses on the training field."