Bradford have completed the signing of midfielder Michael Flynn on a one-year deal following his exit from Huddersfield.
Flynn found himself surplus to requirements with the Terriers following the appointment of Lee Clark as manager and saw his contract terminated by mutual consent.
The 28-year-old former Gillingham and Blackpool player has been a long-term target of Bantams boss Stuart McCall.
And Flynn, who rejected a previous offer to move to Valley Parade, admitted that the lure of helping Bradford secure promotion was too much to turn down.
He told the Telegraph and Argus: "He's a passionate man who had a great career and it's always flattering when someone like Stuart McCall wants to sign you.
"When he first came in for me a couple of years ago, I also got an offer from Blackpool, who were in the Championship, which was something I couldn't turn down.
"But he's an ambitious manager and I feel that Bradford are a very good club for this league."