Bradford Park Avenue have signed midfielder Wayne Brooksby on loan from Vanarama National League North rivals Harrogate Town.
The 26-year-old has joined on a month-long loan deal. However, he will be unavailable when Bradford travel to Harrogate on January 14th.
The tricky winger has gained two promotions in the last two seasons, scoring in North Ferriby United’s play-off final win over AFC Fylde at the end of the last campaign.
Previously Brooksby had a prolonged spell at Guiseley AFC, where he helped them to promotion in 2015 under the management of current Avenue boss Mark Bower.
He played twenty times for the Nethermoor outfit in the National League last term, before re-joining former club North Ferriby midway through the season.
Having originally moved to Guiseley in 2012, he scored an impressive 26 goals in three years in the National League North.
Brooksby has played just nine times in the league since joining Harrogate in the summer, and was an unused substitute in their 3-2 win at the Horsfall Stadium earlier this season.
He made his debut in yesterday`s game against Salford City.