Lee Bullock today pledged his future to City and insisted: I’d never look elsewhere.

The combative midfielder will agree the new two-year deal he has been offered by Peter Taylor.

Bullock, who joined the Bantams on New Year’s Day in 2008, said the thought of finding another employer had not entered his mind.

“The club say they want you for two years and that’s good enough for me,” he said. “It’s done as far as I’m concerned.

“I haven’t got an agent and I haven’t spoken to any other clubs. I’m really thankful to Bradford and I’ve never been interested in looking elsewhere.”

Bullock signed a one-season contract 12 months ago after missing the bulk of the previous campaign through injury.

He was handed a more defensive role in front of the back four and relished the added responsibility, making 45 appearances. Only midfield partner Michael Flynn, who has also been made a two-year offer, started more games.

Bullock added: “You turn on Sky Sports News now and see how many players have been released.

“This shows the club putting faith in us and hopefully the basis of what we’ve got here can get them out of this division.

“In League Two there’s no point in going somewhere else for the sake of another £100 a week more. Where would you want to play football rather than here?

“After the way we finished last season, our hopes are as high as everyone else. The fans must be sick of hearing it every year but we are really optimistic.”

Bullock is waiting with interest to see how Taylor strengthens his squad. The City boss is keeping his plans quiet but said yesterday he is “quite happy” with the way transfer talks are heading.

While not knowing any targets, Bullock believes the manager will want his business done for the start of pre-season.

He said: “The players keep their eyes peeled for news like everyone but we’re normally the last ones to find out.

“But the way the manager works in such an organised and proper manner, I would imagine he’ll want us all there for pre-season ready to knock into shape.”