Wright is already off the mark in a 3-0 win against Stevenage in front of a crowd of over 17,000 fans.
Playing for manager Mark Hughes is an added bonus, Wright telling the Sunday World: "He has been a pleasure, he has me straight away into the group, giving me game-time, he's a Manchester United legend and I grew up supporting United. It was a no-brainer for me to go to Bradford and work under him," he says.
“He has managed at the highest level, managed some quality players, and the football they play as well, it suited me the most.
“I was delighted that they were interested in me. He just says, 'go out and enjoy yourself'. When I am playing, I don't feel any pressure."
“I have always aimed the highest and I don't see why I can't get into the Villa first team.
“I only have a season remaining there so I don't have time to waste this season, I need to get my stats up and it (weekend goal) was a massive confidence booster going into the international break.
“My main aim would be to get my stats (goals) up, get Bradford promoted, that's the ambition of the club, just see what the end of the season holds for me."