The 19-year-old defender moved to Bradford on a youth loan for an initial period until September 20, 2015, as announced on West Ham’s official website last month.
The highly-rated teenager scored his first ever senior league goal on Saturday, as Bradford defeated 10-man Oldham Athletic 2-1 away from home in League One.
Burke opened the scoring goal in the 21st minute at Boundary Park and gave a good account of himself in defence over the course of the 90 minutes.
Following his heroics for Bradford on Saturday, West Ham-owned Burke took to Twitter and Instagram to express his delight, writing: "Glad we got the 3 points today also buzzing to score my first senior goal! On to the next one."
Glad we got the 3 points today also buzzing to score my first senior… https://t.co/OB93Xxnm9P— Reece Burke (@Reeceburke5) September 5, 2015
Burke is highly rated and has already played in the Premier League for his parent club West Ham.
The England Under-19 international featured in five league games for the Hammers last season.
West Ham fans were overjoyed to see Burke score for Bradford and sent him congratulatory messages on Twitter, a selection of which is below:
@gavh1978 Good to hear. And to think he's not even the best of our youngsters. Reece Oxford and Josh Cullen also names to look out for.— James Wallis (@wallis_james) September 5, 2015
@bantamboy36 not seen him yet as I am Essex but a few of my West Ham mates were a bit gutted he went out on loan.— Mr Seth (@Marmitebcafc) September 5, 2015
@Reeceburke5 Well Done Reece! Kept an eye out for your name on Soccer Saturday and there you were!!— Dilton (@diltondiltond1) September 5, 2015