Stuart McCall today launched an urgent hunt for a loan winger after City’s thrilling comeback win was marred by an injury to Omar Daley.

The Bantams moved up to second in the table after coming from two down to beat Chesterfield 3-2 in a Valley Parade thriller.

Barry Conlon netted his 100th league goal with a coolly-taken penalty to seal the fightback after Graeme Lee’s free-kick and a Michael Boulding header had pegged back the visitors.

But City’s joy was tempered after Daley pulled his hamstring – and could be out for up to a month.

With Joe Colbeck sidelined until the new year, McCall will step up his on-going search for a fill-in wideman ahead of tomorrow’s tea-time transfer deadline.

McCall, who has been linked with Burnley’s Steve Jones, has also been looking at former Leeds midfielder Seb Carole in training.

He said: “It’s getting to the stage where we have to get someone in and I’ll be making another phonecall.

“Omar got a knock before half-time on his knee and maybe he’s been running a bit differently to compensate for that. It’s disappointing news to find out it’s his hamstring and we could be looking at anything from two to four weeks out.”

McCall was delighted with the character displayed by his side to recover from a shocking start.

“We knew what we were up against and Chesterfield would create chances because of the players they have but I always felt we might get back in the game. We kept at it and at half-time there was a real desire in the dressing room to go on and win it.

“It’s a big three points for us after coming back like that and it must have been a great game to watch for any neutrals.”

Huddersfield will allow Tom Clarke to stay for another month, although they have a 24-hour recall clause. McCall also expects Sheffield United to confirm that Nicky Law can extend his loan.

Law’s cross set up the equaliser for Boulding and his run earned the decisive penalty to earn praise from the City boss.

McCall added: “Michael Tonge at Sheffield United used to be a great midfielder who could glide with the ball and Nicky is the same. He runs well with the ball and attacks people.

“That’s what we ask all our midfielders to do and he showed that to win the penalty, even though it was on the left, which is his wrong side.

“I set the lads a target last Friday and said I believed we can win the next three games. We’ve done two now and hopefully can make it a hat-trick in the FA Cup on Saturday.”

Match-winner Conlon, who got booked after scoring for revealing a 100 t-shirt, said: “Micky was sniffing around to take the penalty but I told him I was on for the hundred.

“You always get a bit of pressure taking penalties but I didn’t feel any more because of the comeback.”