GARY BOWYER accepts it is now up to Bradford City to get the best out of League Two’s top goalscorer Eoin Doyle after it was revealed this afternoon that he had been recalled by the northern club.

Doyle’s loan stint with Swindon Town officially ended on Wednesday afternoon when both clubs confirmed on social media that the Irish striker had returned to Valley Parade.

The 31-year-old will no doubt boost Bradford’s hopes of winning promotion back into League One at the first time of asking – particularly given Doyle’s outstanding goalscoring record this term in Wiltshire.

In 23 games, the ex-Oldham forward has scored 23 goals – form that has ultimately lifted Town to the summit of the League Two table with more than half of the season complete.

By contrast, Doyle had scored only seven times at Bradford by this time last season. Bowyer therefore accepts it is now his responsibility to fine-tune his side’s playing style to suit the proven goalscorer.

He told the Yorkshire Post: "It is great to have Eoin back in the squad.

"To say he is bang in form would be an understatement and it is up to us to keep producing chances for him.

"He is a model professional, who looks after himself well. We look forward to seeing him scoring goals for us.

"He will be like a new signing and will fill the rest of lads with a lot of confidence."

While Town host Crewe Alexandra at the County Ground this weekend, there is little doubt that fans’ attention will also be switched onto the Bantams’ visit to Crawley – a venue where Doyle struck a hat-trick for Swindon earlier this season.