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Hull City's Markus Henriksen's praised teammates for their character and desire to come back from 2-0 down at Birmingham at the weekend.
The Tigers ended up drawing the game 3-3.
Henriksen says he's proud of the way the team turned the game around in the second half.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he was pleased with the reaction of his players against Birmingham City, after going 2-0 down.
The Tigers recovered to take a 3-2 lead at St Andrews, before Che Adams equalised late on.
The point leaves City in the relegation zone on goal difference.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says Birmingham City carry a number of threats.
The Tigers travel to the West Midlands tomorrow, knowing a positive result could take them out of the bottom-three.
Adkins will be without Stephen Kingsley, Angus McDonald, Evandro and Nouha Dicko for the game
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says back-to-back wins are a just reward for their hard work.
City travel to Birmingham tomorrow, on the back of wins against Bolton and West Brom.
A positive result could propel the Tigers out of the relegation zone.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins will be without Stephen Kingsley, Angus McDonald and Nouha Dicko for this Saturday's trip to Birmingham.
McDonald faces a long term lay-off, after being diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis.
Evandro is also set to miss out.
City could move out of the relegation zone with a victory at St Andrews.
Adkins says before their previous two wins, they'd been creating a lot of chances, without putting them away
Hull City's Eric Lichaj says he's happy to be the Tigers Mr Versatile, at the back this season. The summer signing from Nottingham Forest, has been one of the Tigers' most consistent performers this season, despite being asked to play in several positions at the back. He says he's more than comfortable, playing anywhere at the back, and he's always happy to help the team.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has praised the team's defence after their second clean sheet in a row in the weekend's 1-0 win against West Brom.
He says the desire, work-rate and commitment from all the players was excellent and they were spot on defensively from start to finish.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has praised the commitment of his players, during their 1-0 win over West Brom.
The Tigers managed a clean-sheet against the league's top scorers, to take them to the brink of escaping the relegation zone.
Adkins says on-loan defender Tommy Elphick is an assured presence at the back, and helps the players around him.
Hull City's Reece Burke says the back-to-back wins, have given the squad a massive boost.
The Tigers have secured 1-0 victories over Bolton and West Brom in recent games.
Burke said results hadn't been going their way, despite a series of good performances.
It was back-to-back wins and clean sheets for Hull City who beat West Brom 1-0 on Saturday.
A Fraizer Campbell first half goal was enough to claim an important three points for the Tigers.
Hull City's Eric Lichaj says the recent win at Bolton gives the team a platform to build on.
The Tigers face West Bromwich Albion tomorrow, who are the league's highest scorers with 33 goals.
Lichaj says they're working hard to pick up three points, which could lift them out of the relegation zone.
Hull City's Jordy De Wijs and Reece Burke are in contention to return the the fold against West Bromwich Albion tomorrow.
Both missed last weekend's win at Bolton through injury.
Ondrej Mazuch is also pushing to be included, after making his return from injury last time out.
Evandro, Jon Toral, Angus MacDonald and James Weir are all sidelined for the match.
Hull City have announced it's business as usual, as the club continues to go through a sale process.
Club secretary David Beeby, says a sale is currently going through a due diligence process, which makes it hard to predict when a sale will go through.
The club says they're working towards having the takeover completed by Christmas.
Hull City's Academy Manager Jon Beale says it was great to see another young prospect make his full league debut.
Robbie McKenzie made the step up last weekend in the 1-0 win at Bolton, to play alongside two other academy products, Jarrod Bowen and Danny Batty.
Beale says large investment in the clubs youth ranks is beginning to show results.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has praised the hundreds of supporters who cheered the Tigers on to their 1-0 victory at Bolton at the weekend.
Frazier Campbell's first half goal was enough to end a seven-game winless run - the club's first away win at Bolton since 1935.
He's described the fans as nothing short of magnificent.
Hull City's Fraizer Campbell says he was relieved to turn a good performance, into three points.
City won 1-0 away at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, thanks to an early goal from Campbell.
The 31-year-old says he hopes the team can maintain the high standards.
Hull City's Tommy Elphick says he and his team-mates need to learn lessons quickly in order to turn around their seven-game winless run.
Just days after conceding a stoppage-time goal to draw 1-1 with Preston, the Tigers were guilty of another late lapse in concentration when Bristol City scored in the 93rd minute to win 1-0.
Tomorrow they travel to Bolton
It was late heartache for Hull City last night, who lost 1-0 at Bristol City - with the hosts scoring in the 93rd minute.
As well as the result, which leaves the Tigers joint bottom, Reece Burke picked up a hip injury and Jordy de Wijs came off after a nasty clash of heads.
Hull City will be hoping to build on last weekend's 1-1 draw with Preston when they travel to Bristol City tonight.
The Tigers are looking for only their third league win - and second away from home as they face the Championship's 13th placed side.
Hull City's Jackson Irvine is confident the Tigers will move up the Championship table if they continue to produce performances like last weekend's 1-1 draw against Preston.
He's hoping to build on the point, which moved them off the bottom of the table, when they travel to Bristol tomorrow night.
Hull City moved off the bottom of the Championship table following a 1-1 draw at home against Preston at the weekend.
Head coach Nigel Adkins was upbeat with the performance, despite conceding an injury time equaliser.
Hull City's boss says it's important they return from the international break with a victory.
The Tigers, who are currently bottom of the Championship, host Preston, who are just one point and two places above them.
Nigel Adkins says despite the recent results, the atmosphere in the camp is good:
Hull City return to action tomorrow after the international break.
The Tigers, who are currently bottom of the Championship, host Preston, who are just one point and two places above City.
Head coach Nigel Adkins says it's not all doom and gloom, he says he's been pleased with recent performances.
Hull City's Evandro is a doubt for this weekend's big match against Preston after pulling out during training.
Head coach Nigel Adkins hopes Frazier Campbell and Jordy De Wijs will be in contention as the bottom placed Tigers face a team a point ahead of them.
But Angus MacDonald is still with the medical department and Jon Toral could be out for up to 6 weeks.
Hull City's Reece Burke says the players will be fighting to turn things around.
City currently sit bottom of the Championship, having taken eight points from 12 games.
The Tigers welcome Preston North End to the KCOM Stadium on Saturday, who also sit in the relegation zone.
Burke says the team have been frustrated with the season so far.
Tributes have been paid to former Hull City player Charlie Crickmore who has died aged 76.
Born and raised in Hull, the speedy winger made 58 appearances for the Tigers, scoring 14 times in the late 1950's, early 60s.
When his playing days were over, Crickmore returned home and refereed in the local leagues.
Hull City will be without three players as they head off on international duty this week.
Kamil Grosicki, Jackson Irvine and skipper Markus Henriksen have all received call-ups to represent their respective countries in the second international break of the campaign.
Hull City's boss Nigel Adkins is confident the side can pull themselves up from bottom spot in the Championship.
The Tigers fell into the relegation spots following a 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United at the weekend, who go top of the league.
Adkins says he can take confidence from the team's efforts.
Hull City have dropped to the bottom of the Championship table following a 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United at the weekend.
A David McGoldrick second half penalty, which the Tigers head coach disputed, was all that separated the sides.
Nigel Adkins says he was pleased with the team's efforts.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he's focusing on his job, as takeover rumours continue to circle the club:
The Tigers travel to Sheffield United tomorrow, looking to pull away from the relegation zone.
Both Jackson Irvine and George Long are in contention to return to the match day squad.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins hopes to have Jackson Irvine back in the squad for Saturday's trip to Sheffield United.
The Australian suffered an achilles injury in Tuesday's defeat against Leeds.
Adkins says it's been a tough week for the Tigers, who after tomorrow's match, will have faced the Championship's top three sides.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he's not happy with their start to the season.
His side were beaten 1-0 on Tuesday night against table toppers Leeds United.
After 11 games, the Tigers have picked up eight points, and sit one place above the relegation zone.
City travel to Sheffield United on Saturday.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says his side needed to be better in the final third against Leeds United.
The Tigers were beaten 1-0, courtesy of a long range effort from Tyler Roberts early in the second half.
The defeat extends their winless run to four games, and leaves them two points above the relegation zone.
Hull City were beaten 1-0 by their Yorkshire rivals Leeds United last night.
A early goal in the second half from Tyler Roberts, ensured City's poor start to the campaign continues.
Tigers boss Nigel Adkins says Leeds were a step above his side.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says Leeds United will provide a completely different test to Middlesbrough.
The Tigers face their Yorkshire rivals tonight at the KCOM Stadium, looking to increase to two point gap between them and the relegation zone.
Adkins says Leeds are energetic, and play at a faster pace.
Hull City's Jarrod Bowen hopes Saturday's good point will set them up nicely for the visit of Leeds United tomorrow.
He says they'll have to start well and get the fans behind them as they face thew league's second placed side.
Hull City's Jarrod Bowen says the side reacted well to going behind against Middlesbrough.
City drew 1-1 with the promotion hopefuls, after Bowen scored from the penalty spot to secure a point.
The Tigers welcome Yorkshire rivals Leeds United to the KCOM Stadium tomorrow evening.
Hull City boss Nigel says the clubs needs to pick up more points.
The defeat 3-0 defeat to Reading on Tuesday leaves the Tigers one place above the relegation zone, with second place Middlesbrough up next tomorrow.
Adkins says the expectations will be lower against Middlesbrough.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the players have reacted well to Tuesday's 3-0 defeat at Reading:
The Tigers host Middlesbrough on Saturday, who currently sit second in the Championship.
Evandro is ruled out with a hamstring injury, and Dan Batty isn't ready to return following his knee injury.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the club needs to start picking up more points.
The Tigers host Middlesborough on Saturday looking to move away from the relegation zone.
Adkins says it'll be a tough game.
Hull City's Jon Toral says competition for places will help to drive performances in the right direction.
The 23-year-old, has been on the fringes of the first team this season, and featured for the Under-23's 3-0 win at Burnley recently.
The Tigers welcome Middlesbrough to the KCOM Stadium on Saturday, hoping to distance themselves from the bottom three.
Hull City's Will Keane says he's eager to make his way back into the first team.
Keane has made just four substitute appearances this season, and 67 minutes of league action.
The 25-year-old recently scored in the Under-23s 3-0 win at Burnley.
Hull City's Eric Lichaj says the team won't start to panic, despite the poor start to the season.
The Tigers lost 3-0 at Reading on Saturday, and now sit a point above the relegation zone.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins admits Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Reading was terrible.
Hull City's Markus Henriksen has called on the Tigers to step up their levels after Tuesday's 2-1 defeat at Wigan.
City are back in action on Saturday, when they face a trip to London against Reading.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says his team should have scored three or four goals in the opening 20 minutes against Wigan.
The Tigers were beaten 2-1, despite having the better of the early exchanges.
Adkins says the side struggled to create many openings in the second half.
Tigers midfielder Dan Batty is unlikely to be ruled out for longer than a week or two.
The 20-year-old was forced off in the first-half against Ipswich on Saturday.
However, Adkins says it shouldn't be a long rehab period.
Hull City were beaten 2-1 away at Wigan Athletic last night.
Head coach Nigel Adkins made five changes to his team, with Chris Martin, Kevin Stewart and Nouha Dicko all coming into the starting eleven.
Sam Morsy and Josh Windass put the home side two up, before Jarrod Bowen reduced the deficit.
The defeat leaves the Tigers in 18th place in the Championship.
Hull City's boss Nigel Adkins has challenged the Tigers to build on their first home win of the season when they face Wigan tonight.
Jon Toral, Will Keane, Eric Lichaj and David Milinkovic all failed to make the bench on Saturday and could come into contention for tonight's trip to Greater Manchester.
Chris Martin is in line to make his first start following his loan move from Derby County, after coming off the bench late on against Ipswich.
Hull City travel to Wigan Athletic tonight looking to make it back to back wins in the Championship.
Tigers defender Jordy De Wijs says the team gained a lot of confidence from Saturday's 2-0 win against Ipswich.
Hull City's Jarrod Bowen says the sides first home win of the season was just what the team needed.
Bowen's scored the first, on route to City winning 2-0 against Ipswich on Saturday.
The 21-year-old says he's delighted to score his first of the season, and hopes to add to his tally.
Hull City host Ipswich Town tomorrow in their first game following the international break.
It's been a struggle this season for the Tigers, having lost four games out of six so far.
But Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the future is bright and is excited about their new arrivals.
Hull City's Fraizer Campbell says added competition for places in attack will spur him on.
The Tigers signed striker Chris Martin from Derby County on loan during the transfer window.
Campbell says that Martin is a proven goalscorer, who will make the team stronger.
Hull City's Evandro says the team will look to replicate the second half performance against Derby, against Ipswich this weekend.
The Brazilian midfielder, whose goal against Aston Villa has been voted the August Goal of the Month, says it's been a tough start to the season.
City currently sit one place above the relegation zone, whereas Ipswich sit second bottom in the Championship.
Hull City's Chris Martin says he's targeting a place in the Scotland squad.
The on-loan striker hasn't made an international appearance since last October.
Martin says he'll use the international break to bed in at Hull, which he hopes will pay off on the pitch.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says Chris Martin and Tommy Elphick are very good additions to the squad.
The duo joined on season long loans on deadline day.
Adkins says both have impressed during training.
Hull City have four players away as international football takes centre stage this week.
Skipper Markus Henriksen will be joining up with Norway and Nouha Dicko in the Mali squad.
Eric Lichaj has also been named in the Mexico squad and Jackson Irvine for Australia.
Hull City's Frazier Campbell says the team will keep fighting, despite conceding late on against Derby County.
The Tigers were downed by an 88th minute winner on Saturday.
Campbell says City deserved something from the game, having dominated large periods.
City aren't in action until after the international break, when they face Ipswich.
Kamil Grosicki is back training with Hull City today after opting against accepting a deadline day loan switch to Turkish club Bursaspor.
Head coach Nigel Adkins says he still has a role to play with the Tigers, despite having only featured once so far this season.
Adkins says there's no doubting his ability, but he's now got to prove his worth to the team.
Hull City's Todd Kane says the dressing room was devastated following Derby County's late winner on Saturday.
Kane's second-half equaliser was cancelled out by Derby's Florian Jozefzoon in the 88th minute.
The defeat leaves the Tigers one place above the relegation zone.
Hull City have signed Aston Villa defender Tommy Elphick and Derby County striker Chris Martin on a season-long loans.
City welcome Derby County to the KCOM Stadium tomorrow, days after they were beaten 4-0 by the same opposition.
Tigers boss Nigel Adkins says the game gave them an early insight.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says offers are on the table for potential loan targets.
The Tigers have until 5pm today to secure loan deals, which can be made permanent in January.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the club needs to do business before tomorrow's loan window shuts.
Adkins says offers are on the table, and Kamil Grosicki could leave the club.
The Tigers have until 5pm tomorrow to make loan signings, which can be made permanent deals in January.
Hull City have just two days left to strengthen their squad before the loan transfer deadline ends.
It's been a struggle for the Tigers who have won just two games in their opening seven matches.
Assistant coach Andy Crosby says there are offers on the table.
Hull City's assistant coach hopes last night's exit from the Carabao Cup can prove a real learning curve for some of the club's younger players.
The Tigers were convincingly beaten 4-0 at home against Derby County - a team they face again in the league this weekend.
Andy Crosby says they have to move on quickly and that new players are needed ahead of the loan deadline on Friday.
Hull City were dumped out of the Carabao Cup losing 4-0 to Derby County last night.
It was two goals in each half for the visitors who the Tigers face this weekend in the league, in front of the lowest crowd at KCOM.
Assistant head coach Andy Crosby admits it was a tough night
Hull City Brandon Fleming says he's aiming to pick up more first-team minutes tonight against Derby County in the Carabao Cup.
The 18-year-old featured in the Tigers' penalty shoot-out win against Sheffield United in the last round.
City boss Nigel Adkins is expected to make several changes for tonight's game.
Hull City head coach Nigel Adkins will be making several changes to the squad for tonight's cup match against Derby County.
There's a chance George Long will play as the Tigers play their seventh game in the space of 22 days.
Hull City can't make it two wins in a row, going down 2-0 at Stoke.
The day got worse for the Tigers with the sending off of Evandro.
Hull City Boss Nigel Adkins says he expects a tough game away at Stoke City tomorrow.
Stoke, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, are yet to win a league game this season.
The Staffordshire side were beaten 3-nil at home by Wigan on Wednesday.
Adkins says they'll be looking to bounce back.
Hull City coach Nigel Adkins was a happy man after last night's 3-2 victory at Rotherham, praising the players passion and determination.
The Tigers picked up their first win of the Championship season, thanks to a double from Jackson Irvine and goal from Frazier Campbell.
Hull City recorded their first league win of the season last night, winning 3-2 at Rotherham Untied.
Two goals from Jackson Irvine and a goal from Fraizer Campbell helped to secure victory.
Irvine says the win will gives the feeling around the club a much-needed boost.
Hull City's Eric Lichaj says a big improvement is needed tonight against Rotherham United.
The Tigers are yet to pick up their first league win of the season.
Lichaj says the squad is looking to right a few wrongs in South Yorkshire tonight.
Hull City's under 23's will face Wolves and Swansea City in Group E of the Premier League Cup.
The Tigers will also face the winners of the qualifying tie between Southend and Oxford United in the group.
Meanwhile the first team will be looking for their first Championship win of the season when they travel to Rotherham tomorrow night.
Hull City's Jarrod Bowen says the Tigers weren't good enough in their 1-0 defeat to Blackburn Rovers.
The 21-year-old said some sections of the home fans had every right to boo the players off.
The Tigers travel to Rotherham United tomorrow.
Hull City face Blackburn Rovers tomorrow at the KCOM Stadium.
Nigel Adkins' side have only take one point from their first two league games.
Hull City will host Derby County in the second round of the Carabao Cup.
The tie will take place at the KCOM Stadium during the week commencing August 27th.
Hull City are through to second round of the Carabao Cup after knocking Sheffield United out on penalties.
Nigel Adkins has praised the grit and determination of the Tigers having made nine changes for the match.
He was particularly pleased with the youngest members of the side - including Adam Curry who made his senior debut as part of a three-man defence.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he'll make changes to his team for tonight's Carabao cup game against Sheffield United.
Adkins says players from the under-23 squad will be considered for selection.
Hull City are back in Sheffield tonight in the Cup.
Having drawn 1-1 against Wednesday at the weekend, tonight they face Sheffield United.
The Tigers' target Oliver Norwood, who joined the Blades yesterday, could feature.
Hull City head coach Nigel Adkins was pleased to see the Tigers get up and running with a 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Frazier Campbell gave City the lead, before the hosts equalised with a controversial penalty - a decision Adkins disagreed with.
The Tigers are back in Sheffield tomorrow night when they play Sheffield United in the cup.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins is optimistic about the season despite an underwhelming transfer deadline day for the Tigers yesterday.
12 players have left the club since last season, with six coming in ahead of the start of the Championship season.
Adkins still hopes to bring in three or four players on loan.
Hull City's boss Nigel Adkins isn't expecting to bring any players in on today's transfer deadline day.
Despite rumours, he says he's no interest in Lee Cattermole and they've had no bid from Cardiff City for captain Markus Henriksen.
The Tigers' England under-19 keeper has joined National League side Aldershot on loan until January.
Hull City's Jordy De Wijs says he striving to improve, after admitting he didn't have the best debut against Aston Villa.
The 23-year-old said the team need to do better defensively.
The Tigers face a trip to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the club will consider making loan signings.
The permanent window ends tomorrow, but loan deals can be made until the end of August.
The Tigers have made six signings so far this window.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says the club will try to get players in before tomorrow's deadline.
The opportunity to make permanent signings ends on Thursday, but loan players can be signed up to the end of the month.
Hull boss Nigel Adkins says they're going to need time to get things right this season.
They started their Championship campaign with a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa last night - despite taking the lead.
Adkins says he saw enough from his team's performance to show they can improve.
Hull City were beaten 3-1 last night by Aston Villa.
An early goal from Evandro, was cancelled out by Tommy Elphick, Ahmed Elmohamady and Alan Hutton.
Tigers boss Nigel Adkins says they had a bright start.
Tonight's the night Hull City kick off their Championship campaign when Aston Villa visit the KCOM Stadium.
Nigel Adkins says he's been pleased with the club's preparations.
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has praised the work of the team ahead of the start of the Championship season.
The Tigers kick off their campaign on Monday, when they host Aston Villa.
Adkins has been particularly pleased with the academy players:
Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says there's offers in for three or four players ahead of the start of the season.
The Tigers kick off their Championship season against Aston Villa on Monday.
Adkins says he wants to strengthen the squad, but has praised the efforts of his current team.
Hull City's Markus Henriksen says he's ready to be a leader after being announced as the Tigers captain this season.
He says it will be great to lead the team out at the season opener against Aston Villa on Monday, even more so if they get the three points.
Hull City have named Markus Henriksen as their captain for the new season.
The 26-year-old wore the armband throughout pre-season and now takes it on a permanent basis.
Tigers goalkeeper George Long says he has ambitions to play in the Premier League in the next few years.
The 24-year-old signed from Sheffield United earlier in the window.
Long says he's not come to the Tigers to sit on the bench.
Hull City's Reece Burke says he was relieved to sign a permanent deal with the club.
The 21-year-old had loan spells with Wigan, Bradford and Bolton before leaving West Ham on a permanent basis.
Burke says he hopes to follow in Harry Maguire's footsteps with the Tigers
Hull City's David Marshall says the Championship teams are the strongest in years, as the Tigers prepare to start the campaign.
They get their season underway on Monday night against Aston Villa.
Marshall says the signing of George Long will help to provide competition in goal.
Hull City rounded off their pre-season campaign with a 2-0 win at North Ferriby United last night to lift the Billy Bly Memorial Trophy.
Second-half goals from Frazier Campbell and Elliot Holmes gave the Tigers the win.
Hull City Boss Nigel Adkins says his side is still a work in progress as the new season approaches.
The Tigers drew 1-1 with Yorkshire rivals Barnsley on Saturday.
Tonight, Fraizer Campbell, Jackson Irvine and George Long are all expected to be in action against North Ferriby United.
City's season gets underway a week today, when they welcome Aston Villa to the KCOM Stadium.
Hull City drew 2-2 with Newcastle United last night at the KCOM Stadium.
Goals from Todd Kane and Evandro, meant to Tigers secured a creditable draw against the Premier League Outfit.
City boss Nigel Adkins says he's still on the hunt for new players.
Hull City's Eric Lichaj is looking forward to tonight's friendly against Newcastle United - his first home match for the Tigers.
He's expecting a tough game against their Premier League opposition, but that's what he wants.
Hull City's Eric Lichaj says there's still room for improvement after Saturday's pre-season 1-0 defeat to Rochdale.
The Tigers' pre-season preparations continue with a return to action on home soil tomorrow night with the visit of Premier League's Newcastle United.
Meanwhile North Ferriby United wil be looking to make it four wins from four when they play Bottesford Town tomorrow night.
Hull City Boss Nigel Adkins insists there is still plenty of work to do ahead of the new season.
The Tigers lost 1-0 to League One's Rochdale on Saturday.
New Hull City keeper George Long says he's up for the challenge of trying to nail down a regular first team spot after signing for the Tigers on a three-year deal.
He's signed from Sheffield United but knows David Marshall goes into the season as the club's first choice stopper.
Hull City's Kevin Stewart says he was glad to get some game time during the squads pre-season trip to Portugal.
The midfielder said the Portuguese fixtures provided a different test to what they can expect in the Championship.
Hull City face C.S Braga tonight in their second game pre-season game.
New signing Reece Burke is set to make his first appearance for the Tigers.
Hull City have confirmed they have signed dutch defender Jordy de wijs.
The 23 year old has signed a three year deal and has become the Tiger's forth signing this summer.
He says that he is really excited to be there and wants to give everything for this team.
Hull City began their pre-season campaign with a 2-1 win against CS Maritimo in Portugal last night.
Goals from Fraizer Campbell and Jon Toral ensured Nigel Adkins's side began their preparations for the new season with a win.
New Hull City signing David Milinkovic says he is looking forward to testing himself in a different league and country.
The 24-year-old joined from Italian side Genoa, but played on loan with Hearts in Scotland last year.
Hull City have arrived in Portugal to begin their preparations for the new season.
The Tigers will play two games against Portuguese opposition before they return.
Hull City's Markus Henriksen says he's ready to take on the responsibility of being a senior player in the squad.
The Norwegian international says he will need to step up after a number of senior players departed the club.