Bantams striker Reece Webb-Foster netted his first goal for Guiseley at the weekend, as the Lions drew 1-1 with Maidstone in the Vanarama National League.
After coming off the bench during the interval, Webb-Foster grabbed a share of the spoils for Guiseley with a well-taken equaliser in the 65th minute.
Webb-Foster's goal came from just inside the area, with the striker curling a delightful effort into the far bottom corner.
The 18 year-old has made three appearances so far for City's West Yorkshire neighbours after joining on loan earlier in the month.
Webb-Foster, who has also played three times for the Bantams this season, signed on a one-month loan deal at Nethermoor.
Supporters can see footage below of Webb-Foster's goal via Stones TV. Go to 6:57 minutes for the super strike.
Goalkeeper Joe Cracknell is the only other member of Stuart McCall's first team squad currently on loan away from the Northern Commercials Stadium.
Cracknell signed for Bradford Park Avenue at the end of August.
The shot-stopper has featured for the National League North side five times since his loan move although he didn't play in Saturday's Emirates FA Cup qualifying match with Salford City.