Last Updated: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 12:20
Bradford coach Mick Potter hopes his side can build some consistency following Saturday evening's 36-18 win against Wakefield.
The Bulls coach was delighted after watching second rower Elliott Whitehead grab a hat-trick and full-back Brett Kearney secure a brace in the Super League clash at Belle Vue.
However, half-back Ben Jeffries was the stand-out performer on his first appearance of the season against his former Wildcats' team-mates as his kicking game helped produce four of the Bulls' six tries on the night.
Afterwards Potter said he was pleased with the way Bradford bounced back from the 54-16 thrashing at the hands of Wigan at Odsal last weekend and he hopes they can now push on and pick up some more points to keep climbing the table.
"I was pleased with the way we defended in the first half and, when we got a flow of possession in the second half, we came up with some points," he told Skysports.
"I'm not saying the job's done. We got the two points and that's what we wanted.
"We had a tough week at training this week. We needed to build a bit of consistency in our performance and hopefully that will be the start of it."
On the display of Jeffries, who was in the side in place of the injured Luke Gale, Potter added: "Being a former Wakefield player, I think he enjoyed coming back.
"He knows the ground pretty well. I thought his kicking game was very good."
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