Bradford's players remain committed to the club despite uncertainty over the future, long-serving forward Jamie Langley has insisted.
The Bulls have maintained their push for a top-eight spot in Stobart Super League, winning five and drawing one of nine matches since news of the club's parlous financial state was revealed in April.
Doubts surround the club's next home game on July 8 but Langley, a former Bradford captain, says the players will remain focused for Friday's trip to leaders Wigan.
"This is a difficult and trying time for all the Bulls players," he said. "We have pressures away from rugby like everyone else and it is worrying for us all.
"Despite the troubles at the club, the players are aware that we continue to represent the Bradford Bulls family and we will continue to give our all for the Bradford shirt regardless of the problems off the field."
Langley is a committee member of 1eagu3, the Super League players' association that was formed earlier this year, and chief executive Ernie Benbow said his organisation would be providing the Bradford players with support.
"The news about one of Super League's biggest clubs going into administration is extremely sad for everyone involved," he said.
"It is the job of 1eagu3 to provide support and assistance to every player at the Bulls and ensure that their voices are heard.
"I have already been in contact with the RFL and the administrator to ascertain the full situation and will be meeting with the Bulls players at the earliest opportunity.
"Rest assured, 1eagu3 will support the players through every step of this process and fight for their interests."
St Helens and England forward Jon Wilkin, who is the association's chairman, said: "1eagu3 was created for situations such as this.
"Without 1eagu3 the players would not be represented through this process and it is important that their voice is heard.
"Everyone's thoughts within the 1eagu3 family are with the Bradford players at this difficult time."