Bradford City have completed the signing of midfielder Chris Taylor.
The 32-year-old’s move was initially prevented - following a registration issue - after the former Blackpool man made an appearance for Barrow AFC.
However, following further discussions with the EFL, it has been agreed that Taylor can now join the Bantams.
Taylor is fully eligible to feature in claret and amber and will do so up until at least the middle of January, having penned a new two-month contract.
No action will be taken against Bradford City as a result of Taylor’s appearance for Barrow in the FA Lancashire Cup.
Taylor said: "After one of the strangest periods in my life, I am delighted and over the moon to finally be a Bradford City player.
"I am looking to play my part in what will hopefully be a special season for the club.
"I honestly cannot wait to pull on the shirt and get going!"
Taylor will wear the No.29 shirt and could make his City debut in tomorrow evening’s Leasing.com Trophy fixture against Rochdale.