The Bantams went down to a solitary goal at home against Port Vale and have slipped to eighth in the table, but only one of their promotion rivals won over the weekend and McCall insists a top-seven finish is by no means beyond his players.
He said: "My aim now is to go to Wembley. People might say 'not playing like that you won't', but it's my dream to take 30,000 fans there. I've still got that belief.
"Confidence is not as strong because of the form we're in, but we can't have doom and gloom. I'm not going to be down about it."