JAKE Young is looking forward to scoring at the right end of Valley Parade after joining City on a three-year deal.

The 20-year-old, who signed for an undisclosed fee from Forest Green, netted in each of his last two visits with the League Two champions.

Now the Huddersfield-born forward is excited by the prospect of having the City faithful right behind him.

Young said: “I am buzzing to be here. Just looking around and getting a feel for the place, it is special.

“I have obviously played here before and scored a few goals against Bradford City, so hopefully now I can score some more for us.

“When the supporters get going here, it is unbelievable. That is something I relish and I want to get them on my side now.

“It just feels like football, and is a great place to be.

“I have already met with the manager and got a great feel for the direction the club is heading in.

“I am a player who likes to make things happen and get the fans off their seats. I will take risks and try to create things out of nothing.

“It feels good to be back home up north, and I could not be happier. I am just looking forward to getting started and helping take this club back to where it belongs.”

Young, a product of the Guiseley academy, has signed until the summer of 2025 with the option of a further year. Mark Hughes believes he will bring some “dangerous attributes” to City’s attack.

The Bantams boss said: “Jake is a player we are really excited to be bringing to Valley Parade, and are looking forward to working with.

“At just 20, he is young and still very much growing into the game but has had experiences in the play-offs at this level and already achieved promotion last season by winning the title with Forest Green.

“He carries a lot of dangerous attributes in his game and is happy to be back up in Yorkshire, and more so at this club.

“After two goals in two appearances at Valley Parade already as an opposition player, we are looking forward to seeing how he fares in a Bradford City shirt.”

Young is the second new signing under Hughes following the arrival of Southampton keeper Harry Lewis.