Bradford (Park Avenue) have signed midfielder Jonathan Royle on loan from AFC Telford United.
Royle joins on an initial deal until 1st January, strengthening manager Mark Bower’s options in midfield.
Bower had hinted at a potential new signing after watching his side slip to their third defeat in a row at Kettering on Saturday, falling to the bottom of the league in the process.
Former Southport midfielder Royle initially joined Telford on a loan deal back in September 2016 which was soon made permanent after a string of fine performances.
Since joining, he has made 75 appearances in the National League North for Telford, but has been limited to just two starts and two substitute appearances this term.
Royle got his first taste of senior football as a teenager, spending two seasons at Colwyn Bay before their relegation from the then-named Conference North.
He has also notched a handful of National League appearances for Wrexham and Southport, while also lining up in a brief loan spell at Hednesford Town.
Royle will go straight into the Avenue squad ahead of their home clash with Kings Lynn Town this Saturday.