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Eastwood wants Bantams stay

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Bradford's on-loan goalkeeper Simon Eastwood wants to extend his stay at Valley Parade until the end of the season.

The 20-year-old, who arrived from Huddersfield in the summer, is scheduled to return to the Galpharm Stadium in January but is enjoying regular first-team football under Bantams manager Stuart McCall.

"A lot can change in football and I've still got 10 or 12 games left before the loan finishes, but I want to stay and I want the fans to know that," Eastwood told the club's official website.

"I'm glad to be playing week in, week out. It's a real bonus for me and I'm definitely the man for the job.

"I know I'm from Huddersfield, which a lot of supporters don't like, but I'm here to play well for Bradford and that's what I want to do."

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