Scott Moore knows there’s no room for complacency for Bradford Bulls ahead of his return to action this weekend against Batley Bulldogs.
The hooker served a two game ban for dangerous contact and the former Wakefield Trinity man is eager to get back out on the pitch.
Bradford sit bottom of the table with no points to their name after their points deduction from the start of the season and Moore understands now is the time Bradford need to start upping the ante.
“It’s crunch time now and it’s obvious we need to pick up as many points as we can,” Moore told the Telegraph and Argus.
“But we can take positives out of Hull KR last week.
“I thought we played all right first half but then we ran out of troops.
“You try and get players in all year, finally do that and then they are injured. We’re a bit thin on the ground again – but there are no excuses.”
Moore is one of the most experienced players in the Bulls squad and although he’s played most of his career in the top tier, he knows all about the Mount Pleasant slope.
“Batley are a good team and it will be an interesting game,” he added.
“The hill’s a big factor. I’ve never played there but I have trained on it.
“It’s a big game for them as well and they will come out firing.”