Mohamed Diame happy with Hull City start

Mohamed Diame of Hull City celebrates with Andrew Robertson and Nikica Jelevic as he scores their second goal during Barclays Premier League match between Hull City and West Ham United at KC Stadium on September 15, 2014
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Hull City midfielder Mohamed Diame reveals that he is "happy" with his start at the club after scoring two goals in his first two games.

Hull City summer signing Mohamed Diame has revealed that he is "happy" with the start that he has made at the club.

The midfielder has scored two goals in two games for the Tigers following his move from West Ham United on transfer deadline day.

The Senegal international now hopes to continue his recent form and repay the faith that manager Steve Bruce has shown in him.

"I like Hull as a club. I can see myself doing well here," he told the Hull Daily Mail. "The manager is good for me. He gives me confidence and I want to pay that back. I like playing for people who believe in you.

"I have been happy with my performance. I have the confidence of the gaffer and am trying to give him everything back."

Diame and his Hull teammates are back in action on Wednesday when they travel to West Bromwich Albion in the third round of the League Cup.

Steve Bruce manager of Hull City reacts during the Hull City v KSC Lokeren UEFA Europa League Qualifying Play-Off match at the KC Stadium on August 28, 2014
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