Former Ipswich Town winger Paul Anderson has signed a two-year contract at Bradford City, the club have confirmed.
It is an ambitious signing for the Bantams, as they look to make a push for a top six finish in League One this coming season, after a mixed 2014/15 campaign.
Anderson, 27, was released by Ipswich at the end of last season, despite being a popular figure at Portman Road, after the Tractors Boys missed out on promotion after losing in the play-offs to arch rivals Norwich City.
The winger has spent the majority of his career playing at Championship level, but did play one season in the third tier in a loan spell at Swansea City from Liverpool during the 2007/08 season, where he scored 10 goals in 41 appearances.
Born in Leicester, Anderson was on the books at Hull City as a youngster before joining Liverpool in November 2008 in a deal that saw John Welsh move the other way.
He failed to breakthrough into the first-team on Mersyside but later had spells at Nottingham Forest and Bristol City.
The winger joined Ipswich in July 2013 from Bristol City in a swap deal with Jay Emmanuel-Thomas and went on to score seven goals in 68 appearances.
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