City legend Stephen Darby has officially been named the Bantams' Player of the Decade.
Decided by social media polls across the club's official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, the process saw more than 5,000 votes cast.
Following on from the club's official Team of the Decade poll, this vote saw a shortlist of four of the most celebrated Bantams of the past 10 years drawn.
This resulted from the previous poll, in which the four players with the most overall votes for the Team of the Decade award were named.
Darby ammassed the most votes in this poll with 3,393, followed by Nahki Wells (2,736), Gary Jones (2,447) and James Meredith (2,603). These four players, therefore, formed the Player of the Decade shortlist.
In the final poll, the right-back won 1,743 votes across all channels to claim the top prize.
He was followed closely by Jones - with 1,615 - and Wells, with 1,583, before Meredith (296) completed the voting.
BRADFORD CITY 2010s PLAYER OF THE DECADE:
Stephen Darby - 1,743 votes
Gary Jones - 1,615 votes
Nahki Wells - 1,583 votes
James Meredith - 296 votes