CALLUM Cooke put pen to paper on his City loan deal today and promised: “I’m hoping to bring goals and creativity.”

The 22-year-old is reunited with his former Blackpool boss Gary Bowyer at Valley Parade after signing on a season-long contract from Peterborough.

“It all happened pretty quickly and I’m really looking forward to what lies ahead,” said Cooke.

“I have played at Bradford before and have been on the losing end on both occasions. Now I will be in the home dressing room and I cannot wait.

“When I came into Bradford this morning, I passed the stadium and got a real buzz.

“I am an attack-minded midfielder, so am hoping to bring goals and creativity to the middle of the park.”

Bowyer, who has been looking to beef up his midfield, said: “Callum has fantastic technical ability and can play in a variety of positions.”