GUISELEY have signed teenage Bradford City striker Reece Webb-Foster on loan.

The 18-year-old joins the Lions on a one-month deal from Valley Parade.

He tasted first-team action with the Bantams, and last season had a brief and successful loan spell at Bradford Park Avenue, where he netted a hat-trick, before being recalled to play for his parent club.

Webb-Foster is the second signing of the week for Vanarama National League club Guiseley after former Leeds United midfielder Simon Walton joined the club yesterday.

Bradford City manager Stuart McCall confirmed earlier this afternoon that the youngster has been the subject of local non-league interest.

Webb-Foster, who played the full game for City's reserves yesterday against Burton Albion at St George's Park, has been pushed further down the pecking order by the arrival of Marc McNulty.

And McCall feels he needs to be playing regularly - as he did with a loan spell at Park Avenue towards the end of last season.

McCall said before the Guiseley deal went through: We’ve had a bit of interest already in Reece, and understandably so, and it will benefit his development to go out and play.

"He hasn’t had a lot of football and with us bringing in another striker now, it would be difficult.

"He'll get the best of both worlds because he can play games but also still train and learn his trade with us during the week.

"A few local clubs have made enquiries and I think that will get resolved in the next day or so."

Loans to non-league clubs are still permitted despite the abolition of the emergency system this season.