Bradders came on as a sub and although he's happy with the unbeaten start to the season, he's wanting to claim all 3 points tomorrow.
“We've played eight games and we're still unbeaten but when you draw a game you want to come back with a win and get three points on the board. We can be encouraged by the result at Walsall. They've always been a decent passing side, especially since Dean Smith went there. They try to play the right way. Although I know I wasn't on the pitch for the first 30 minutes or so, we seemed to be on top whereas I don't think they really got on top of us at all really."
“We defended well and they didn't have many shots, we were just disappointed with the goal we conceded, Speaking personally, I wasn't at my best on the ball but I think I did really well defensively. I think they put four different wingers on me in the last 20 minutes and I dealt with that well.”
Bradley returned to action as Richard Brindley recieved a blow to the head just before the half hour mark. Bradders was quick to rate Brindley and welcomes the competition; “The competition improves my game and his game, He's only young but hopefully I can play a lot of games."
"Does he tap me up for advice? Not really, he's quite quiet but he's a good lad and we'll keep fighting it out." he added