Bradford City have completed the signing of York full-back James Meredith on a two-year deal.
Meredith, 24, began his career at Derby and also had spells with Shrewsbury, Chesterfield and AFC Telford.
joined York in 2009
and was part of the team that won the
Blue Square Premier play-off final in May.
Phil Parkinson on James Meredith
“He is a good athlete and can play in several positions”
Boss Phil Parkinson told the
"I'm really pleased to have James on board. He's a young, hungry player with a great attitude."
The Australia-born left-back, who can also play in the centre of defence and midfield, played 46 games for York last season as the club completed the double of winning promotion back to the Football League and the
He is Bradford's fourth summer signing following the arrival of
Manager Parkinson added: "We had him watched several times at York City last season and we were impressed with what we saw of him.
"He had a terrific spell at York and has played virtually everyone of their games for the last three years."