Hull City manager Grant McCann has delivered a positive injury update on experienced midfielder Tom Huddlestone who recently recovered from a hamstring injury.McCann revealed that Tom Huddlestone has been eased back from the hamstring problem and that he’s now ready to start games.

In one of his latest press conferences, Hull City boss McCann confirmed that it was deliberate that Tom Huddlestone has not started games since his return from a hamstring injury.

Huddlestone spent one year without a club before he signed for Hull City as a free agent at the start of this season for his second spell with the Tigers. The midfielder has had two separate spells on the sidelines due to injury since signing for the Tigers this summer. The second spell ended when he came off the bench during the win at Cardiff City at the end of last month. The 34-year-old has been an unused substitute since the Cardiff City game.

Experienced Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestonesat on the bench for the entire duration of the games against Millwall and Reading.

Hull City boss McCann talked about Huddlestone and why he has not been playing games since he recovered from a hamstring injury during his pre-match presser ahead of the Bristol City game on Saturday. McCann said that the ex-Derby County and Tottenham Hotspur star was ready to start games and that they have been extra careful with him.

Huddlestone and Hull City were targeting a fifth win in six English Championship games ahead of the home game against Bristol City last weekend. In the end, the Tigers could not meet the target of five wins in six league games after they shared a four-goal thriller against their opponents. Hull City and Bristol City played out a 2-2 draw and Tom Huddlestone was an unused substitute.

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