Zesh Rehman is keen to return to Bradford after being released by QPR earlier this week.
The Pakistan international joined the Bantams on loan in January and impressed during his time at Valley Parade.
Bradford have made Rehman an offer to join the club on a permanent basis and the defender has indicated he would be interested in making the switch.
"It's all about feeling wanted and appreciated as a player and this feels like my club," Rehman told the club's official website.
"I've been to six clubs now and I'm looking for a bit of stability in my career for the next two years.
"I still believe I can play in the Championship without a doubt but I need to be in a position to show that by playing regularly and for a management team that believe in me.
"The vibes I got from being at Bradford were very positive. I'm pleased that they've made me an offer and hopefully something can be sorted out. I'd rather be at a club that has got ambitions as well."