BRADFORD CITY have boosted their defensive options with the signing of experienced Preston full-back Calum Woods on a permanent basis for the rest of the season.
The former Huddersfield Town player, 31, who spent five seasons at Deepdale, can play at left-back and right-back and will provide manager David Hopkin with a senior option and versatility in his backline.
Woods has featured just twice for North End this season, coming on as a substitute in the New Year's Day loss at Rotherham United and starting in the EFL Cup game with Morecambe in August.
Woods said: "As soon as I knew Bradford were interested, I wanted to come and play.
"I have played in this league before, as well as having enjoyed a few promotions into the Championship, so will bring some experience with me.
"Bradford is a massive club and everybody knows that. We are not where we want to be at the minute but, hopefully, we can start to push ourselves up the table."
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