JAMIE Walker has vowed to bring goals to Valley Parade after becoming City’s second signing of the January window.

The 28-year-old attacker has joined on loan from Hearts and will wear the number 10 shirt.

Walker has made over 200 appearances at Tynecastle in two spells as well as playing in England with Wigan and Peterborough.

He said: “I am delighted to be here. I have played against the manager's teams in Scotland and he really pushed to get the deal done.

“I have scored a lot of goals back at home and that is what my game is all about.

"Getting shots away and trying to score is what I always want to do.

“I am coming from a club with a big fanbase and huge expectations, so pressure is something I am familiar with, and hopefully something I can use as motivation to do well.

“Knowing the gaffer wanted me is something I will thrive off, and I will always give my best to help bring the supporters some memories, so I just cannot wait to get going.”

Derek Adams has been keen to land his man and fought off competition from Scottish clubs St Johnstone and Livingston to snap him up for the rest of the season.

The Bantams boss said: “We are really pleased to be bringing a player of Jamie’s calibre in, who has played for Hearts in the Scottish Premiership this season.

“He scores goals and creates chances and is the kind of forward-thinking player we are looking to have in the team, so having him signed is a good piece of business.

“Jamie can play anywhere along the frontline and as a number 10. He has featured in a lot of high-profile games in Scotland and scored the winner in Hearts’ final game before Christmas against Dundee.

“He carries the type of attributes we are looking to bring in this month, and I am sure you will join me in welcoming him to Bradford City.”

Walker, who has represented Scotland at various age-group levels, has been limited to only four Scottish Premiership appearances this season.

As well as netting at Dens Park last month, he also scored in the Scottish League Cup against Inverness.