FORMER York City striker Adam Boyes will be looking to extend his 100 per cent record of scoring in every game for his new club against his old team tomorrow.

Boyes, 26, was recruited by Bradford Park Avenue over the summer, having spent last season in the National League with Guiseley, where he only netted twice in 35 outings.

He has hit the ground running, though, with the Horsfall Stadium outfit, grabbing the 97th-minute winner on his debut in a 1-0 triumph at Tamworth on Saturday, before firing the West Yorkshire outfit ahead during Monday night’s 2-1 home defeat to Southport in front of a crowd of 574.

Bootham Crescent youth-team graduate Boyes netted three goals in 38 first-team games for City, including a goal at Weymouth that secured the club’s National League status in the penultimate match of the 2008/09 campaign.

He earned a six-figured move to then Championship outfit Scunthorpe at the age of 18, but only managed one senior outing with the Iron in the League Cup and briefly returned on loan to his first club, making four appearances without finding the net.

Boyes also went to Kidderminster on loan and, after a spell at Boston, enjoyed two good seasons in the National League with Barrow, hitting the target 40 times.

He found the going tougher under City boss Gary Mills at Gateshead where he only managed one goal in 13 outings in 2013/14 and moved on to Guiseley midway through the season.

Along with Boyes, City are expected to face two other Bootham Crescent old boys – Nicky Wroe and Oli Johnson.

Wroe, 31, captains the team and was last season’s Player of the Year, following a summer move from Halifax, where he lifted the FA Trophy at Wembley as skipper in 2016.

After impressing for the Minstermen in 2007/08 by scoring ten goals from midfield, Wroe moved to Torquay and subsequently played in the Football League for the Gulls, Shrewsbury, Preston, Oxford and Notts County

Former Norwich winger Johnson, now 29, also arrived from Guiseley last November.

He had played for the West Yorkshire part-timers since 2013 after only managing seven matches, mainly due to stomach and groin problems, under Mills during the Minstermen’s first season back in the Football League.

Mills’ counterpart in the dugouts is another with a City background.

Former on-loan defender Mark Bower, 37, spent two spells at Bootham Crescent from Bradford City in the late 1990s and turn of the century.

He took charge last September after three years with Guiseley, who he guided to promotion in the National League.

Bower replaced fellow ex-Minsterman Alex Meechan at the helm, with the latter now academy head coach.

Park Avenue will be without injured former Scarborough Athletic centre-back Shane Killock for tomorrow’s contest, but right-back Javan Vidal will be available despite being sent off against Southport.

With National League North classified as Step Two football, suspensions now start seven days after the offence was committed.

Bower’s men ended last season 16th – eight points clear of relegation - but a record of just four home wins was the second-lowest tally in the league.

Ahead of hosting the Minstermen, meanwhile, Bradford have only won one of the last seven games on their own soil – a 2-1 triumph over relegated Altrincham in March.