Hull City's Curtis Davies: It was "a boring game"

Hull's Curtis Davies is congratulated by team mate Ahmed Elmohamady after scoring the opening goal against Cardiff on September 14, 2013
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Curtis Davies is happy with Hull City's draw against Stoke City at home despite describing the match as "boring".

Hull City defender Curtis Davies has admitted that his side's goalless draw with Stoke City at home on Saturday was "boring" to watch.

The point puts the Tigers in 12th place in the Premier League table with 19 points from 16 matches.

"I think it was a boring game for those watching, but it another point towards us surviving," BBC Sport quotes him as saying. "I don't think either side looked like creating anything apart from a mistake.

"We are happy with 19 points so far, we are going in the right direction and hopefully in the games to come we can play a bit more football."

Stoke are a point behind Hull in 13th.

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