Sam Hornby has signed a two-year contract with Bradford City, making him the club's third signing of the summer.
The 24-year-old goalkeeper has arrived on a free transfer from League Two side Port Vale.
He has moved on in search of first-team football, having made just 11 league appearances during two years with Vale.
Hornby said: "This is probably the best move I could have asked for. I am at the stage of my career where I wanted a move to a big club to really kick on."
Bradford manager Gary Bowyer said: "I was encouraged when he said he would not come in to be a number two. He is ready to play games."
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