Vanarama National League North club Bradford Park Avenue have signed young striker Reece Webb-Foster and winger Dylan Mottley-Henry on a month`s loan from Sky Bet League One neighbours Bradford City.
Reece-Foster made his senior debut for the Bantams in September 2014, appearing as a substitute in a Capital One Cup tie.
He is one of the club’s youngest ever players – his made his debut at the age of 16 years 200 days, which is 59 days older than the club’s youngest ever player Robert Cullingford.
He made his League debut in April 2015, again appearing as a substitute, and turned professional in November 2015, signing a contract until 2018.
Young winger Mottley-Henry has recently returned to Valley Parade following a loan spell with National League side Altrincham.
Mottley-Henry has played once for City’s first-team so far this season, coming on as a late substitute during the home match with Peterborough United back in September.
He has also been an unused substitute for a number of City’s games in the Capital One Cup and Emirates FA Cup during the 2015/16 campaign.
Prior to his loan move to Atrincham, Mottley-Henry has played most of his football this season for the Bantams in the Final Third Development League.
The pacey wide-man, who signed his first professional deal with the club last summer, made his senior debut for Phil Parkinson’s side last season as a second half substitute during the Bantams’ home match with Preston North End last April.