Striker Dean Windass has agreed a two-year contract with former club Bradford.
Windass has a point to prove
Windass will sign on a free with the Bantams on 1 July and complete a return to the club he first joined in March 1999 for £950,000 from Oxford.
He left Bradford two years later to sign for Middlesbrough but failed to secure a regular first team place at the Riverside.
He spent a spell on loan at Sheffield Wednesday before turning a temporary move to Sheffield United into a permanent switch.
But he did not leave Bramall Lane on the best of terms and is determined to prove a point to Blades manager Neil Warnock.
And his signing will come as a boost to Bantams boss Nicky Law who is trying to strike up the right balance between experience and youth.
"I don't want to get in any bother but I love proving other people wrong and I want to show Neil Warnock he made a mistake," Windass told the Bradford website.
"I've had a lot of good vibes from Nicky about the club and he really sold it to me."