Tom Huddlestone has turned into the standout player of Hull City

This current season of the MLS is almost over and clubs are attempting to finish their campaign on a high note by securing as many points as possible with the objective of snatching a top spot in the American League.

Hull City is battling in the play-offs of the Championship as Steve Bruce searching for a promotion spot that can allow his team to compete in the Premier League in the next season. As the head coach of Hull City, Bruce has utilized a variety of different players and formations in the latest Championship League games of his team but someone that has managed to truly standout has been Tom Huddlestone.

Huddlestone has been going through an up rise in the late stages of the season. One of the biggest doubts that surrounded Steve Bruce was in relation to his midfield department as to who player he was going to partner up with Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone has recently proved his worth with man of the match performances.

For the longest of times, Steve Bruce has opted to pair up Jake Livermore with David Meyler in the midfield of Hull City but Tom Huddlestone is making the manager think twice about his decisions.

The future of Tom Huddlestone appears to be unclear as the 29 year old midfielder is one of the highest paid players of Hull City and its unlikely that the club will be able to continue paying his salary if they remain in the English League Championship for another season, however if Hull City does manage to clinch a promotion spot to the Premier League then they will be earning more money just for being promoted as well as more match-day earning in the upcoming season, so it seems like Huddlestone’s future might be dependent on whether or not Hull City get promoted to the top tier English League or if the English midfielder is willing to have a slash in his wages and stay with his current club.