Omar Daley has signed with Scottish club Motherwell, reuniting with former Bradford City boss Stuart McCall.

The Jamaican winger has put pen to a two-year deal with the Steelmen and is excited about again playing under McCall and with a new bunch of teammates.

"I am delighted to be here and I have to thank the manager, Stuart McCall, for showing faith in me," Daley told the club's official website.

"It's like a big family here and I just can't wait to get started and get to know the fans.

"I played the best football of my career under the gaffer at Bradford and I am grateful to be linking up with him for a second time.

"I have been in for a few weeks now and the standard is very high and the players are very professional.

"The lads have been very good to me, I feel very comfortable at this club. My confidence is high at the minute.

"I've had a good summer with my country at the (CONCACAF) Gold Cup so I'll give it my all in training this week, try to impress the coaching staff, and hopefully I will be involved in the match this Saturday."

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