Peterborough United have re-signed striker Aaron Mclean until the end of the current season after agreeing a loan deal with Bradford City.
Mclean spent just under two months at the ABAX Stadium, scoring once in nine appearances, a vital strike in the 2-1 win over Leyton Orient at the Matchroom Stadium.
Boss Darren Ferguson was pleased to get the deal completed and believes his experience both on and off the field will be vital.
“I am really pleased to get this deal done. It gives us strength in the striking areas and Aaron brings a lot to the club in terms of experience, which I feel is important. He is good on and off the field, is a great lad and wants to score goals.”
Mclean added: “I have really enjoyed my time back at the club and am pleased to be able to commit until the end of the season. I still have 18 months left on my current deal with Bradford City so I want to score goals while I am with Posh. “I am one of the older heads in that dressing room and want to pass on my experience to the younger lads. When I was growing up, I looked to those older lads for guidance and I hope to help those at the club now. The lads did well at Notts County last weekend to get the win and we need to use that as a platform this weekend.”
Mclean will not be able to play against his parent club later this season as part of the terms of the deal.