The Spireites travel to Valley Parade at the weekend on the crest of a wave after a superb first-half performance in the 4-1 defeat of Macclesfield, where Sheridan's side scored all their goals prior to the break.
The Blues boss hopes Chesterfield will take a big following to West Yorkshire for a game between two clubs he thinks will be challenging at the top end of the table come the end of the season.
"Bradford will be right up there and I expect a tough test, they play football," said Sheridan.
"But I've got a tally of points that I'd like us to have and if we get them we'll be right up there with the other top teams as well.
"It's not far to travel so hopefully we can take a few fans and it'll be a good game for us."