Hull City’s star man Jarrod Bowen has spoken to Hull Live about the continued speculation surrounding his future at the KCOM Stadium, admitting that he would be open to remaining at the club beyond the end of the season.

Hull City man Jarrod Bowen has been frequently linked with a move away from the KCOM Stadium frequently for some time now, with a number of Premier League clubs said keen on the winger. And, after another strong start to the season, links with a move away have continued.

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The 22-year-old has scored five goals and provided two assists so far this season and with his current contract set to run out at the end of the season, speculation has only been furthered surrounding his future with the club.

Now, speaking to Hull Live about the continued links with a move away, Bowen has insisted that he is still loving life with Hull City and is not going to get his head turned by interest from the Premier League. He said:

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“If I leave, I leave, if I don’t, I am loving it here. What will be, will be. I have just got to keep my head down, I have got agents that take care of all of that. I am playing football so I am not surprised that I didn’t leave. It is out of my hands what happens off the pitch, I have just got to (perform) on the pitch.

“It’s their decision, what they do with my contract is entirely up to them,” said Bowen regarding his current contract with the club, which expires at the end of the season.

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“Until anything changes, I am here playing my football and my loyalties are here, so I am loving it here. I can’t change anything that happens, I have just got to take each day as it comes and focus on myself on and off the pitch and make myself ready for every game that comes up and play to the best of my ability.”

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