Marc Pugh is yet to have been approached by Hull City over a permanent deal this summer.

The 32-year-old has impressed since joining the Tigers on loan from AFC Bournemouth in the January transfer window. He has made 12 appearances for Nigel Adkins’ side, chipping in with three goals.

Pugh’s contract with the Cherries expires in the summer and he is unsure whether he will be staying at the KCOM Stadium next season.

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The experienced winger has said, as per a report by Hull Live: “Nothing has been discussed. I’d never say no to anything. It is a fantastic football club and I will keep all my options open because I have enjoyed my time here but we will see.”

“It was massive I came here and done well because being out-of-contract in the summer you want to give yourself a good chance of getting a good club and being successful with whoever wants you and hopefully somebody does want me”

Pugh was also full of praise for his boss Adkins: “He has done an absolutely incredible job. He and the staff have been phenomenal. Since I came here, from day one his door is always open. He is a great man manager. I have loved working under him because he has got that likeability factor.”

“He has obviously got something special about him to do what he has for this football club. I think everyone around is grateful for it.”

Hull need to snap Pugh on a permanent deal or another Championship will do it before them.

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