Hull City boss Grant McCann says Callum Elder is ‘fine’ after he came off with a head injury against Cardiff City last night. 

Hull City dug deep despite having a depleted defence to leave Wales with all three points.

Keane Lewis-Potter’s first-half header was enough for the Tigers to bag their third win in a row.

Elder, 26, went off after a clash with Kieffer Moore and was replaced by the impressive Tom Huddlestone.

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‘He’s fine’…

McCann has provided an update on his situation, as per an interview with BBC Radio Humberside:

“He’s fine. it was more precautionary. We’re not ruling him out for the weekend just yet. He seems to have passed a few tests in there so we’ll see how he is over the next day our two.”

Right-back Josh Emmanuel has missed the past couple of games and the Hull boss had this to say on him:

“Josh is having some tests today in London. I haven’t spoken to the head of medical yet because he’s been with him today in London. I may have a wee bit more information on that after the game on Saturday.”

Millwall clash 

Next up for the Yorkshire side is a home clash against Millwall this weekend.

They will see how Elder is over the next couple of days for that one but it appears Emmanuel will be out still.

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Impressive result

The Tigers are starting to pick up some form in the league now after a tough start to the season.

They have risen to 19th in the table and are three points above the relegation zone.