Andy Halliday has turned his loan at Bradford City into a permanent move. 

The 23-year-old winger has been a hit at Valley Parade since joining Phil Parkinson's side last October, making 13 appearances and scoring two goals, including the Bantams all-important third at Chelsea at the weekend. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Blackpool after finding opportunities limited at Boro. 

The last of Gordon Strachan's signings to remain at the Riverside, Halliday arrived on Teesside in summer 2010 from Scottish club Livingston, where he was young player of the year. Although primarily a winger, he enjoyed a spell at left-back under previous manager Tony Mowbray. 

He totalled 36 league appearances for Boro, scoring one goal.  Middlesbrough FC would like to wish him the best of luck in his future career with Bradford City.