Bradford City are delighted to announce the signing of Harry Pritchard.
The 26-year-old, who can play left or right wing, has put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the club.
Pritchard has bagged more than 50 career goals and arrives following a spell with Sky Bet League One side Blackpool, where he previously played under City manager Gary Bowyer.
He joined the Tangerines after a six-season stay at non-league Maidenhead, where he claimed the players’ player and supporters’ player of the year awards on several occasions.
Pritchard, who will wear the No.7 shirt, said: “I am delighted to have got the deal done. I cannot wait to get going here - at such a fantastic club.
“As soon as I was made aware of the interest from Bradford, I wanted to get it all over the line as quickly as possible.
“Bradford is a massive club and I am proud to have signed.
“I pride myself on hard work. I like to get up and down the field, helping out with assists and scoring goals. That is what I want to bring.”
Bantams boss Bowyer added: “Harry is a great lad and a fantastic character.
“He had a good season, last year, playing over 40 games in what was his first full campaign in the EFL.
“He has a knack of creating chances and scoring goals. He is someone who is only going to continue to get better and better.
“Harry has a brilliant work ethic and will be a great addition to our squad.”
Pritchard’s signing is subject to the relevant EFL and FA clearances.