Danny Graham wants to regain form at Middlesbrough

Hull City striker Danny Graham holds his head in his hands during the Premier League match at Manchester City on August 31, 2013
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Sunderland frontman Danny Graham says that he is keen to make up for lost time during his loan spell at Middlesbrough.

Danny Graham has said that he is keen to make up for lost playing time while on loan at Middlesbrough.

The Sunderland striker, who was previously loaned out to Hull City this season, has returned to the club where he started his career until the end of the season.

Graham has admitted that he became frustrated with a lack of first-team opportunities at Hull, where he made just 18 appearances.

"I've got time to make up after what has been the most frustrating year of my career. I wasn't getting starts at Hull and I'm not a player happy to sit on the bench and pick up money, I want to play," he told the Evening Gazette.

"But I'm fit and hungry for it so hopefully it won't be long before I am showing what I can do. I know what to expect. I know how hard it can be, how hard you need to work to get chances but I'm looking forward to it.

"I can't wait to start helping Boro win games and climb the table."

Graham scored once during his time with Hull.

Hull City striker Danny Graham holds his head in his hands during the Premier League match at Manchester City on August 31, 2013
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