Bradford manager Peter Taylor has completed a double swoop for striker Louis Moult and defender Lewis Hunt.
Promising youngster Moult arrives on loan from Premier League Stoke until January 3 and provides Taylor with the extra attacking option he has been looking to bring to the club.
The 18-year-old finished last season as the Potters` top goalscorer at reserve level and his obvious goalscoring ability saw him rewarded with a professional deal back in March, with a Premier League appearance coming as a substitute against Burnley in the same month.
Hunt arrives at Valley Parade predominantly as a right-back although he can also operate at the heart of defence.
The former Wycombe and Southend 27-year-old, who has been on trial with City of late, has signed a one-year deal with the possibility of a further year should he make an undisclosed number of appearances this term.
Elsewhere, Bradford have been handed a bye into the second round of the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy, meaning their involvement in the competition will now start in early October.