The 22-year old did join Stourbridge on a month's loan from Tamworth in March, earlier this year, however he was limited to one start (away at Buxton) as he picked up an injury just over an hour into his Glassboys debut.
Bradley originally came through the youth ranks at Wrexham and his impressive showings at a young age earned him a move to Wolves in September 2013 for a five-figure fee.
He couldn’t quite break into the first team picture at Molineux but did make an appearance in the EFL Trophy during the 2016-17 campaign.
Bradley also spent time out on loan whilst at Wolves, re-joining Wrexham twice and also having two spells at AFC Telford United.
He left Molineux last summer before signing for Tamworth. The forward, who has played for the Wales U19 and U21 sides, netted six times for the Lambs in a stop-start campaign as he was unable to nail down a regular starting place.
Glassboys boss Gary Hackett is looking for his new signing to get himself fully fit after his injury and also having had to make the transition from going from full-time to part-time football in the last year, but believes he showed enough on his curtailed debut performance to suggest he can offer a genuine goal threat at this level.
The first team report back for pre-season training tonight (Monday) at their new Ormiston Sports Ground base - 24 hours earlier than originally planned because of the England game tomorrow.
The first friendly match is away at AFC Wulfrunians on Saturday, 14th July (3 pm).
Updated 16:54 - 5 Aug 2018 by Nigel Gregg