BRADFORD City loanee Jonathan Tomkinson has got some more useful minutes under his belt on international duty over the last few days.

The young centre-half, whose parent club is Norwich, was in action for the US Men’s Olympic Soccer Team, as they played friendlies against Iraq and Morocco as preparations for Paris 2024.

Tomkinson was the only player to feature for the whole 180 minutes across the two teams and looks set to be an integral part of the side at the Olympic Games.

He is free to play in City's next game, at home to Accrington Stanley in League Two on Saturday, but appears to be behind Matty Platt, Ash Taylor, Sam Stubbs and Ciaran Kelly in the pecking order.

Tomkinson and his US team-mates took on Iraq on Saturday at the Pinatar Arena in Spain, where the Bantams have enjoyed a training camp for the last two seasons.

That game finished 1-1, with Ben Cremaschi opening the scoring for the Americans, before they were pegged back late on by a Bland Azad free-kick.

The US then faced a tough ask against African Under-23 champions Morocco on Tuesday, losing the game 1-0.

Next year will be the first Olympics for the US Men’s Soccer Team since 2008.

They qualified for the Paris Games as a result of winning the 2022 Concacaf U-20 Championship.