THE T&A takes a look at City's players out on loan and sees how they got on this week. 

Jordan Gibson (on loan at Stevenage FC):

Gibson has had limited game time with City this season so was moved out to League Two Stevenage to test his mettle. 

And boy, has he started with a bang. 

The left-winger was actually on the bench, but came on in the 61st minute in place of Moses Makasi, with Stevenage struggling to break the deadlock at home to Yeovil. 

Within 11 minutes, Gibson made his presence felt providing an assist for striker Alex Revell which turned out to be the only goal of the game. 

With such an impact, it may only be a matter of time before the Bantams youngster is making his first start for Stevenage. 

Ryan McGowan (on loan at Dundee FC):

McGowan completed a deadline day loan move to Dundee after looking to get back to Scotland due to family reasons.

With his contract up in the summer, it's unlikely he'll play again for City, but it's worth taking a look at how he's getting on. 

The 29-year-old defender hasn't hung about and played the full 90 minutes for Dundee in a 1-1 away draw at Hamilton on Saturday.

Shay McCartan (on loan at Lincoln City):

McCartan is the only one on this list who has been on loan since the summer.

City had an option to recall the attacker in January but didn't trigger this.

The 24-year-old has had plenty of action so far for high-flying Lincoln in the league and FA Cup, including an 18-minute cameo in their third round loss to Everton.

He has five goals and three assists for the League Two leaders and started in Lincoln's 1-1 draw on Saturday before being taken off just after half-time.

Alex Jones (on loan at Cambridge United):

Injury-dogged centre-forward Jones was sent on loan to Cambridge for the rest of the season in January after making only three sub appearances for City this term.

Jones' contract is also up in the summer and was told he was not in the Bantams' first team plans.

He got two minutes as a sub in a 1-0 loss away to Exeter City in League Two, just a day after making the switch on January 25.

Cambridge were due to play away at Cheltenham at the weekend, but the match was postponed due to the weather.