THEO Robinson is ready to “thrive” in front of the Valley Parade audience after becoming City’s deadline-day capture.

The well-travelled frontman has made the Bantams the 14th club of his career after signing a deal until the end of the season.

Robinson, a former Jamaica international, will provide the attacking cover Derek Adams wanted after Lee Angol’s hamstring injury.

The 32-year-old, who includes Huddersfield and Derby among his former sides, played for Port Vale last season and scored six goals.

He said: “I am really excited to be joining Bradford City and look forward to the challenges ahead.

“I am a hard-working player who will give my all for the team. The manager has shown great faith in me, so it is now up to me to repay him with performances on the pitch.

“I will thrive in front of a large crowd, so cannot wait to perform in front of a full Valley Parade.

“This club belongs in a higher division and I want to be a part of the journey going forward.”

Adams was pleased to finally get a deal over the line to fill the gap in his squad.

The City boss said: “It has been no secret we have wanted and needed another striker through the door before the window closed, and we are more than confident in Theo’s ability.

“He is a powerful, experienced striker with a keen eye for goal, who has found the net - at this level and above - throughout his career.

“We are looking forward to having him around the rest of the squad and seeing him play in Bradford City colours.”