Bradford City midfielder Josh Cullen has been voted by you as the 31st best player in the EFL.
Over the last month, we have been gathering votes from you to find the best managers and players in the EFL. And after counting the votes, we have discovered you think that Cullen is the 31st best player in the Football League.
When new head coach Stuart McCall was forced to rebuild the squad following his arrival at Valley Parade, he was forced to take a few chances in his attempt to craft a side that had the potential to challenge for promotion. One of punts he took was signing Josh Cullen on loan from West Ham United with the hope being he would be the latest great to come from the famed academy at the East London club. It turned out that he was correct to sign him.
Cullen has been a breath of fresh air in the Bradford midfield with the team often revolving around him. He may not get on the score sheet very often, he has only scored once this season and that was all the way back in August, but he is still a key player for the team and is one of the main reasons the Bantams have gone one further this season and got to the Sky Bet League One play-off final.
The season is not over yet for Cullen and before he heads back to West Ham, he’ll be hoping to help Bradford beat Millwall in the play-off final and seal the West Yorkshire’s team place in the Sky Bet Championship.