This game has now been called off.

YORK City’s new winger Jack McKay is looking forward to Sunday's game against Bradford Park Avenue after having played, and scored, against them already this season.

McKay has signed for the Minstermen from Curzon Ashton on a free transfer until the end of the National League North season.

And it was during the Nash's 2-1 win over Bradford in September that the 25-year-old hit home, netting just before the hour mark to restore Curzon's lead after Oli Johnson had cancelled out Marcus Poscha's opener at the Tameside Stadium.

Bradford are the visitors to the LNER Community Stadium on Sunday (3pm) as York look to keep ploughing on after a hugely encouraging win over Alfreton Town on Tuesday.

McKay himself will surely be wanting to build on a promising debut for the Minstermen, which might have come two days earlier had York's trip to the Horsfall Stadium not been lost to a snow-covered pitch.

“We played them at home," he recalled of this season's encounter with Bradford. "I scored against them and we won 2-1.

“I was looking forward to that game (on Boxing Day).

"I thought with how strong we are, it would be a game where we’re picking up three points.

“I’ll look forward to playing that game (on Sunday).

“I think if we play like we did today and we don’t win, we should be disappointed we haven’t got all three points."

McKay made a near-instant impression on Tuesday against Alfreton.

He showed his pace to get down the left wing to good effect on more than one occasion.

McKay also provides a useful balance against Remy Longdon, a similarly sparky winger who made his debut on loan from Lincoln City on the right-hand side against Matlock Town 10 days before McKay’s first City game.

Manager John Askey has been looking for out-and-out wingers to give his side some more pace - and unpredictability, McKay adds - and he may well have it in Longdon and McKay, who are not confined to one side or the other.

“From speaking to the manager, he wants us to be a bit more direct,” McKay explained.

“We’ve got a lot of attackers, good players, so it’s just to offer something different.

“We’ve got Kurt (Willoughby) and Clayts (Donaldson) who are a little bit more direct strikers, and me and Remy who are more wingers attacking, just to make it so teams don’t know what they’re coming up against.”

Scotsman McKay made a winning start to his time with City thanks to a 60th-minute strike from Paddy McLaughlin, who swept home from inside the area following a good team move.

The midfielder was making a case for the man-of-the-match award before he scored, having linked up well with McKay and Longdon to keep the attack flowing, and his goal sealed the deal.

“On the bench, I was saying to Remy how well Paddy played,” said McKay, who was substituted in the second half shortly after Longdon. “Kieran (Wallace) did as well, working hard, and Mitch (Hancox) was involved in the goal as well.

“The midfield three are a strong midfield three and I think any team would have them. It makes my job easier knowing I’ve got hard-working midfielders, as well as good ball-players, who will give me the ball.