Bradford are on the hunt for former Leeds forward Jordan Baldwinson, Yorkshire Live has revealed.
Baldwinson, who came through the Leeds academy to make his debut in 2013, has recently joined the club on a one-week loan deal from York City Knights.
A journeyman of eight clubs at just 26 years of age, Baldwinson has been in fine form for the Bulls since making the move across Yorkshire, with boss John Kear eager to keep the rampaging forward on his books permanently.
Bradford have also given an extended contract to talismanic halfback Jordan Lilley, whilst setting their sights on Sheffield centre James Glover, according to Yorkshire Live.
The Bulls currently sit in fourth in the Championship table with ten wins from 15 games.