The 18-year-old winger turned out eleven times for the Bantams in a three-month stint that culminated in Bradford's historic Capital One Cup final appearance.
It's good to see all the boys again and all of the staff, so I'm definitely happy to be back now," he told West Ham TV. "Bradford City was a great experience for me. When the opportunity came, it was something I was happy to do. I've learned a lot as a player, which can steer me in good stead for the future. It has definitely been a good experience.
"For anyone, to go to Wembley like that, the national stadium and to take in the atmosphere of a full sell-out stadium is great. It's a great memory but I've just got to put in my pocket and move on to bigger and better things now hopefully."