Liam Rosenior excited to face West Ham United

Liam Rosenior of Hull City plays the ball during a pre-season friendly between North Ferriby and Hull City at the Eon Visual Media Stadium on July 15, 2013
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Liam Rosenior admits that it will be exciting to play against West Ham United, the club he supported as a boy.

Hull City right-back Liam Rosenior has insisted that it will be a big moment for him when he steps out to face his boyhood club West Ham United.

Rosenior, who played for Fulham in the Premier League between 2003 and 2007, said that he would put his love for the club to one side in order to help Hull take three important points.

"West Ham is a club close to my heart because my dad played for them and I was brought up around the club," Rosenior told PA.

"It was a fantastic place to be around and I used to watch all their games. I even used to have little West Ham bed sheets!

"I know all about them. But our job is to win games in the Premier League."

The game takes place at the KC Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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