IT’S just over two years since Aramide Oteh scored a Valley Parade winner against Derek Adams.

Oteh’s late goal to clinch the victory over Morecambe on New Year’s Day 2020 was the last of five he netted during his City loan spell from QPR.

It was also prove the final victory for Gary Bowyer as Bantams boss – he would be dismissed a month later.

Oteh and Bowyer are back at City this weekend again looking to put one over Adams and extend Salford’s improving form.

Tuesday’s draw with second-placed Tranmere made it seven points from the last three games for the ambitious Ammies.

Oteh, who joined Salford at the start of the season, capitalised on a keeper error to bag his first league goal after being put up front with Brandon Thomas-Asante.

“It’s been a great start to the new year,” he told the club website.

“Everyone wants to be playing so to get the start last week against Newport was good. I thought I did well and then I backed it up again with a good performance and a goal as well.

“I was hoping to come here to get goals and I’m glad that on my second start, it came. It's just a shame we couldn't see out the game and get the three points.

“I love playing with Brandon, I feel like we understand each other’s game and know how to link up.”

Bowyer could give midweek capture Stephen Kelly his first involvement at Valley Parade. The Rangers midfielder has joined on loan for the rest of the season.

The 21-year-old has had loan spells with Ayr and Ross County and made two brief sub appearances for the Ibrox giants in August.

Kelly said: “I think it’ll be a different challenge yeah, but obviously the club has got big ambitions and big pressure.

“The manager just wants me to come and play, work with the team here and try and play passes, and make things happen as much as I can.”