The right-winger joined the Bantams from Cambridge City on Thursday after an impressive trial spell and he goes straight into the squad for the clash.
Defender Jonathan Bateson returns to the squad after serving a suspension following his sending off against Nottingham Forest in the Carling Cup.
The Bantams were 5-4 winners against Cheltenham last weekend and have conceded 12 goals in four games in League Two, so manager Stuart McCall could make changes in defence.
Bateson will be pushing for a starting berth along with Matt Clarke, who was on the bench against the Robins after recovering from a thigh problem.
Steve O'Leary has been nursing a toe injury but could come into contention, but Omar Daley (knee) is definitely out.