Bradford have completed the signing of experienced defender Rob Kozluk on a free transfer until the end of the season.
The former Sheffield United and Barnsley defender joins the Bantams after leaving Port Vale last month.
Kozluk could feature in this weekend's League Two clash with Morecambe if the deal clears in time.
With regular right-back Simon Ramsden sidelined due to a broken toe, Bradford boss Phil Parkinson welcomes the new arrival.
"Simon has been to see the specialist recently and he was told to come back to see him again in two and a half weeks' time," Parkinson told the Bantams' official website.
"He won't be able to do any running during this period so it means that it will still be some time before he is ready to return.
"With this in mind, I felt we obviously needed cover at the right-back position and Rob fits the bill.
"He is a hugely experienced defender, who can play in a couple of positions along the back four, and I am looking forward to working with him."
Kozluk began his career at Derby and made his name during an eight-year spell at Sheffield United, helping the Blades to Premier League promotion in the 2005/06 season before joining Barnsley on a free transfer the following year.
The stopper returned to Bramall Lane for a brief spell in 2010 and followed former Blades manager Micky Adams to Port Vale last September.