Davies seeks new Hull contract
Hull City captain Curtis Davies has expressed his disappointment that he has not yet been offered a new contract despite recent success, according to The Hull Daily Mail.
The 29-year-old enjoyed a memorable 2013/14 season, missing just one Premier League match in making 43 appearances in all competitions and even chipping in with five goals. He led the Tigers to the FA Cup final, and was named the club’s Player of the Season.
Davies still has two years remaining on his current contract at the KC Stadium, but has been disappointed that his efforts have not been rewarded with fresh terms.
“I'd like to sit down and talk about a new deal but there's not been an offer put my way,” said Davies. “That's a little bit disappointing but it's one of those things. I've got two years on my contract so maybe the club sees that as long enough. If the opportunity came up I'd love to sit down and discuss my future here but that's not my place.”
Davies began his senior career with Luton Town before representing midlands sides West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa, Leicester City and Birmingham City. After 18 months at St Andrews, he joined Hull in 2013 for a fee thought to be in the region of £2.25 million.
The Tigers’ run to the FA Cup final earned them a place in the Europa League for the coming season, and Davies has been quick to confirm his commitment to the Humberside club, despite some transfer speculation this summer.
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