Liam Rosenior targets Hull City contract extension

Liam Rosenior on December 10, 2011
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Liam Rosenior hopes that he will be given a new contract at Hull City, with his current deal due to expire at the end of the season.

Liam Rosenior has said that he hopes to be offered a longer contract at Hull City.

The 28-year-old defender, who has made 28 appearances for the Tigers this season, is out of contract in the summer.

The former Fulham and Reading player told Sky Sports News: "I'm not in a position to beg for a contract. I'll let my football do the talking. I've got to do my best for the club, help them get promoted and, hopefully, I'll be a Premier League player next season.

"I'm not being arrogant, but for two years I couldn't see a better right-back in the league. I know I've got the right qualities.

"I'd like to stay and see the club do well and, besides, my nan would kill me if I did leave. That's another big reason to stay."

Hull are currently outside the automatic promotion places in the Championship table on goal difference.

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