Jones pens new Bantams deal

Bradford midfielder and captain Gary Jones has signed a new one-year deal with the League One club.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 17:06

Gary Jones: Enjoying his time at Valley Parade

Gary Jones: Enjoying his time at Valley Parade

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Bantams boss Phil Parkinson revealed last month that the 36-year-old would be offered a new contract and now the formalities with the former Rochdale man have been completed.

"I am raring to go, the manager is raring to go, I think we all can't wait to get started again," Jones told City's official website.

"There are a lot of big clubs in League One now and hopefully we can get Valley Parade rocking again next season as it was this year.

"I have absolutely loved playing my football here, this is a great club with great fans, and I am really looking to the season ahead."

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