Bradford City are aiming for promotion to League One this season under boss Mark Hughes.
Bradford City reached the League Two play-offs last term but lost at the semi-finals stage over two legs to eventual winners Carlisle United.
The Bantams have picked up eight points from their first six games in this campaign and will hope to hit some form as soon as they can.
Here is a look at their list of ins and outs from the summer transfer window…
Alex Pattison (signed from Harrogate Town)
Lewis Richards (signed from Wolves)
Ash Taylor (free transfer)
Tyler Smith (free transfer)
Clark Odour (free transfer)
Kevin McDonald (free transfer)
Adam Wilson (signed from TNS)
Daniel Oyegoke (loaned from Brentford)
Rayhaan Tulloch (loaned from West Brom)
Chisom Afoka (loaned from Aston Villa)
Adam Clayton (released)
Yann Songo’o (released)
Abo Eisa (released)
Kian Scales (released)
Matty Foulds (sold to Harrogate Town)
Ryan East (loaned to Rochdale)
Jake Young (loaned to Swindon Town)
Luke Hendrie (loaned to Hartlepool United)
Finn Cousin-Dawson (loaned to Blyth Spartans)
Oscar Threlkeld (released)
Charlie Wood (released)
“The signing of Alex Pattison from Harrogate Town is arguably Bradford’s best of summer. The midfielder has adapted well to life at Valley Parade and will be a key player for them this season.
“Mark Hughes has brought in some useful experience with the additions of Ash Taylor and Kevin McDonald. Tyler Smith, who left Hull City at the end of June, will be eager to get some more goals and could turn into an inspired acquisition if he can find form.
“The loan signings of Rayhaan Tulloch and Chisom Afoka from West Brom and Aston Villa are a bit of gamble as you never know whether young loanees will be able to perform. Nevertheless, they both add useful options at the top end of the pitch and will learn a lot from playing under Mark Hughes.
“As for the outgoings, Bradford have freed up space in their squad and will have reduced their wage bill which is a boost. They have a few players out on loan now such as Jake Young and Ryan East who will be eager to show what they can do.”