Hull City insist Thomas Ince is wanted long-term despite loan exit

Tom Ince of Hull City during a pre-season friendly match between North Ferriby United and Hull City at the eon visual media stadium on July 19, 2014
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Hull City assistant boss Steve Agnew insists that Thomas Ince is wanted long-term by the club, despite sending him out on loan to Nottingham Forest.

Hull City assistant manager Steve Agnew has insisted that Thomas Ince has a long-term future at the KC Stadium, despite being sent out on loan.

The 22-year-old, who turned down Inter Milan to sign for the Tigers in the summer, joined Nottingham Forest yesterday on a loan deal that will run until the end of December.

"He is a top player, an exciting player and one we're looking forward to working with for a good number of years," Agnew said in this morning's press conference. "He hasn't played as much football as we would have liked so Steve [Bruce] has agreed with Nottingham Forest to take him on loan until January."

Ince has made eight appearances in all competitions for Hull this season.

Tom Ince of Hull City during a pre-season friendly match between North Ferriby United and Hull City at the eon visual media stadium on July 19, 2014
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