By London correspondent Tony Hughes
West Ham midfielder Josh Cullen has joined Bradford on a one-month loan deal, it was confirmed on Thursday.
The League One side have taken advantage of the emergency loan window to land the 19-year-old on a short-term contract.
Central midfielder Cullen made his Premier League debut as a substitute for the Hammers during their 3-0 victory at Liverpool last August and also appeared in three Europa League qualifiers for the club early in the campaign.
A regular for West Ham in the Under-21 league, he has scored four goals and supplied four assists in 12 matches in the competition this season.
Cullen has also represented Republic of Ireland at Under-21 level, making five appearances in total.
CONFIRMED | City have signed 19 year-old midfielder Josh Cullen on a one-month loan deal from Premier League side West Ham United.
— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) February 11, 2016
Cullen will be available for Bradford’s League One game at Peterborough on Saturday.