Kenyan international footballer Clarke Oduor has signed a three year deal with Bradford City.

The Siaya-born  footballer has signed the deal after leaving Barnsley, becoming the first signing at Valley Parade this summer.

Clarke expressed his excitement in Bradford's website adding that he is looking forward to get the club back up the leagues.

"I am excited. This massive club has a great fanbase, so I cannot wait to get going. I am here to help us get back up the leagues. It is a three-year contract, so I look forward to kicking on here. I signed for Barnsley four years ago and have decent experience. It has been good to go out on loan and learn more about the league, so I am ready to enjoy my time here. My game is about excitement. I like to get on the ball and make things happen, creating chances for myself and my teammates."

Clarke will be under experienced coach Mark Hughes, former Manchester City manager who said: "We are delighted to have secured the services of Clarke as our first new signing of the summer.

Clarke Oduor will feature in the EFL league next season, the 3rd and lowest division of the English Football League (EFL) and fourth-highest division overall in the English football league system.

The 23 year old began his professional football career at the Leeds Academy from 2010 to 2019 when he joined Barnsley, where he made 48 league appearances scoring one goal. He is a versatile player who can play as a left winger, wing-back, or full-back.

Oduor played in League Two for Hartlepool, making 14 appearances and scoring one goal against Swindon last season.