Despite a disastrous run of form that has culminated in Hull slipping to fourth in the league and 9 points behind automatic promotion placed Middlesbrough, Hull forward Adama Diomande remains positive that anything can happen during the remainder of the season.
Norway international Diomande scored a dramatic equaliser from the subs bench as Hull drew 2-2 with Huddersfield in a game they would’ve expected to win to keep alive hopes of automatic promotion. He told the club website. “Saturday was disappointing because it was a match we really needed to win, so 2-2 wasn’t good enough”.
Although he hasn’t given up hope just yet adding. “But we just need to concentrate now and try to win the rest of our games because anything can happen.
I don’t know the fixtures of the other teams, but I always believe that things can happen. I believe that things have gone down to the last game in the past here so anything is possible.”
Saturday’s goal was only his second since signing for Hull since his arrival but he hopes he can now hit form and hopes his goals will help Hull back to the Premier League. “It was a satisfying moment to score because it brought back some confidence and reminded me of the old me before the injury.”
“I hope I can get going now in the games that are left. It has been a very tough time mentally because I have missed about thirty games with injury.”
With only one win from eight Diomande will hope to start Hull City’s next game and be the one to help fire Hull to promotion.