Nathan Doyle's Bradford City career is officially over.

The central midfielder made 127 total appearances in two spells at Valley Parade.

But he finds himself surplus to requirements after Phil Parkinson snapped up Gary Liddle today to follow Billy Knott.

Parkinson said: “We have decided to shake hands with Doyley and part our separate ways.

“We thank him for all of his efforts over the last two years he has been with the club and we wish him all the very best for the future.”

Doyle played 94 games in two years under Parkinson, including 42 last season. He previously spent five months on loan with City from Derby in 2006.