JIMMY Lowes today spoke of his delight after the Bulls claimed their third straight win and Danny Addy agreed a new two-year deal.

The 23-year-old Scotland international, who impressed during last year's World Cup, has joined Dale Ferguson, Lee Gaskell, Adam Sidlow, Tom Olbison and Adam Henry in re-signing for next season.

It is understood that Addy was attracting serious interest from Hull KR but has opted to stay loyal to the Bulls.

Addy, who scored one of the tries in yesterday's 34-28 win over Hull FC, has progressed through the ranks at Odsal and made his debut in 2010.

Head coach Lowes said: "Danny is another strong addition to our 2015 squad and we are really pleased to have him on board.

"He is a very versatile player who is capable of offering the team a huge amount.

"He is a product of the club's academy system and has plenty of years ahead of him yet.

"I have been aware of his ability for some time and look forward to seeing him line up as part of next year's team."

Addy, who will be a Bradford player until at least the end of 2016, is the 12th addition to head Lowes' squad for next season.

"Bradford is a great club, I am very happy here and saw no reason to leave," said Addy.

"There was interest from a number of Super League sides but I am delighted to be staying with the Bulls.

"Some excellent signings have been made for next year and it is great to see plenty of the boys agreeing new deals with the club.

"It fills me with a huge amount of confidence and I am already looking forward to next season.

"I believe we have the ability to bounce straight back up, which will be our main focus."

Yesterday's success was the first time in two years that Bradford have racked up three straight Super League wins.

Gaskell had a hand in several tries and Lowes said: "He's a running six.

"He and Galey (Luke Gale) are working really well together now and have got a bit of a combo going. I think Adam O'Brien was really good as well."

Joe Arundel scored twice and Jay Pitts also touched down against their parent clubs but it remains to be seen where they will play next season.

Lowes said: "They've been buzzing all week, to be fair to them. There should be that spark every week – not just because they're playing a club that sort of let them go.

"It's nice for them to win against their parent club and they're good players. We're in talks with quite a lot of people and we'll see where we are in the next few weeks with those boys."