Bradford City striker Reece Webb-Foster has rejoined Bradford Park Avenue on a month’s loan.

The forward made eight appearances in a loan spell at the Horsfall Stadium last season, scoring four times.

Webb-Foster, 18, made just two league starts for Avenue, netting a hat-trick in a 3-1 victory over Worcester City before being recalled early by his parent club.

He also scored a free kick having set up the first in Avenue’s 3-2 win against Harrogate Town in the West Riding County Cup final at Valley Parade.

Webb-Foster became one of City’s youngest ever players in 2014 when he came off the bench in a League Cup tie at MK Dons. He has gone on to make a further four first team appearances.

Since, he has spent time on loan at Guiseley and Harrogate, scoring once for each in a handful of appearances this season.

The youngster made just five appearances at Nethermoor in the National League before just one start and one substitute appearance during his time with Simon Weaver’s Harrogate.

Webb-Foster’s second debut for Avenue could come this Saturday when Mark Bower’s side travel to North Yorkshire for the second time in a week to take on his former club.

“It’s feels good to come to back to Park Avenue,” the teenager said. “I enjoyed it last year and chipped in with a few goals.

“I wanted to come back and get back playing and carry on from where I left off last year.

“My friend Aidan (Chippendale) has just signed too, he’s a good player and a good friend so it’s always a positive to have some familiar faces.

“Hopefully I can score some goals and help get the club climb back up the table.”