Law has number one problem

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BRADFORD CITY manager Nicky Law may be forced to bring in a new keeper after Aidan Davison's injury in Tuesday's draw against Coventry has left The Bantams boss with only one number one.

Law, who is already without the injured Gary Walsh, now has Steve Banks as the only recognised shot-stopper at The Bradford and Bingley Stadium.

Davison (pictured) limped out of the clash against The Sky Blues with City ahead on 67 minutes, however substitute Banks was unable to keep the Yorkshire outfit from hanging onto all three points.

"Aidan had a touch, but when he went to kick it he realised he couldn't and just passed it," explained Law. "It looks a bad injury.

"It's a shame because, since Banksy's injury here he's moved up a few gears.

"We've got a couple of loan moves left, but it would be a shame to use it on another goalkeeper.

"Not only because it's got to be a goalkeeper with the capability to come in and do a job, but not all clubs are reluctant to let keepers like that go."

Law will have to move swiftly, if he does decide to bring in reinforcements, as City face a daunting trip to Fratton Park against division leaders Portsmouth at the weekend.