Bowen focused on Tigers fight

Published on: 14 February 2019

Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen says his immediate focus remains on trying to help the Tigers secure a return to the Premier League.

The 22-year-old is reported to be attracting interest from a number of top-flight clubs, having scored 16 goals in 32 Championship appearances for City so far this season.

My loyalties lie with Hull City and my aim is to get this club back into the Premier League.

Jarrod Bowen

However, Bowen says he will try to ignore the rumours swirling around his future, with Hull currently in 11th place in the Championship table, seven points adrift of the play-off places.

He told the Hull Daily Mail: "There's always going to be rumours and that shows you're doing well, you just have to forget about those rumours.

"It's surreal when you see your name being linked with those big teams, but that just shows how well I'm doing. Sometimes I have to pinch myself.

"When you see your name linked with these Premier League clubs, that's where everyone wants to play, but my loyalties lie with Hull City and my aim is to get this club back into the Premier League."

Next up for the Tigers is a tough trip to Griffin Park to take on Brentford a week on Saturday, with the Bees having only lost once in their last nine league outings.

Hull are 66/1 to be promoted this season, with West Brom priced at 6/4 and Derby County 9/2.

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Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen says his immediate focus remains on trying to help the Tigers secure a return to the Premier League.

The 22-year-old is reported to be attracting interest from a number of top-flight clubs, having scored 16 goals in 32 Championship appearances for City so far this season.

My loyalties lie with Hull City and my aim is to get this club back into the Premier League.

Jarrod Bowen

However, Bowen says he will try to ignore the rumours swirling around his future, with Hull currently in 11th place in the Championship table, seven points adrift of the play-off places.

He told the Hull Daily Mail: "There's always going to be rumours and that shows you're doing well, you just have to forget about those rumours.

"It's surreal when you see your name being linked with those big teams, but that just shows how well I'm doing. Sometimes I have to pinch myself.

"When you see your name linked with these Premier League clubs, that's where everyone wants to play, but my loyalties lie with Hull City and my aim is to get this club back into the Premier League."

Next up for the Tigers is a tough trip to Griffin Park to take on Brentford a week on Saturday, with the Bees having only lost once in their last nine league outings.

Hull are 66/1 to be promoted this season, with West Brom priced at 6/4 and Derby County 9/2.

View all Soccer betting

Source: bet365.com

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