Bantams striker Reece Webb-Foster has joined Vanarama National League North side Harrogate Town on loan.
Webb-Foster has penned a loan deal at The CNG Stadium which will keep him with Harrogate until 10 December.
Having completing the necassary paperwork for the deal, Webb-Foster could now be in line to make his debut for Harrogate in their Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round tie with FC Halifax Town this Saturday.
Harrogate are currently second in the Vanarama National League North table, four points behind unbeaten league leaders AFC Fylde.
Webb-Foster has already enjoyed one loan spell away from the Northern Commercials Stadium this season, playing five times and scoring once for National League side Guiseley.
The 18 year-old has also featured three times for City so far this season, starting the Checkatrade Trophy win over Stoke City and coming off the bench against Accrington Stanley in the EFL Cup and in the league against Coventry.