Aaron Mclean has joined Bradford City on a two-and-a-half year deal.

The club this morning confirmed the former Hull striker has signed - and he is joining his new team-mates for training.

Mclean, 30, will come straight into the squad for Saturday's Yorkshire derby at Sheffield United.

A former Golden Boot winner in League Two for Peterborough, Mclean has found opportunities difficult in recent seasons at the KC Stadium and often played on the wing.

He had a spell on loan at Birmingham over Christmas before returning to Hull and scoring in their FA Cup win over Middlesbrough.

City boss Phil Parkinson said: "I'm thrilled by the arrival of Aaron.

"He is someone I have monitored for a while now and he has a proven record at this level.

"Aaron is a fantastic player and he will be a great personality to have around the dressing room.

"I am sure he is going to be an excellent acquisition for the football club."