Bantams goalkeeper Colin Doyle will get the chance for further international experience next month after being named in Republic of Ireland's latest senior squad.
Cork-born Doyle, who was twice called up by his country during the 2016/17 campaign, will make up part of Martin O'Neill's squad for Ireland's triple-header at the start of June.
Ireland will play friendlies against Mexico (1 June) and Uruguay (4 June) before hosting Austria (11 June) in their latest World Cup qualifier.
The full 37-man squad will link up in Dublin on Sunday (28 May) before flying out to New York the next day.
Ireland will face Mexico in the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey next Thursday (1 June). The group will then return to home soil to play Uruguay at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday 4 June.
The international camp will close for the summer with the 2018 World Cup qualifier with Austria on Sunday 11 June.
Along with Doyle, former Bantams defender John Egan has also been named in O'Neill's squad for the three games.
The Brentford centre half spent a short period on loan with City from previous club Sunderland back in 2012.