Hull City’s Curtis Davies believes his team can avoid being relegated
The remaining matches of the season for Hull City will see them facing off against Arsenal, Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
Hull City essentially is going to have to play with some of the top clubs of the English League before the season reaches it’s end and the results of these matches is going to determine if Hull City is able to stay in the Premier League for another year or suffer relegation.
These upcoming matches of Hull City are not going to be easy for the team of Steve Bruce and his players but the captain of the team still believes that they are capable of surviving and making it through these tough opponents.
Curtis Davies is the captain of Hull City and the 30 year old defender is hoping that the quality of his teammates will be enough for them to dodge the spots that no club wants to be in.
Curtis Davies told the media: “A lot of our players have played in the Premier League but I’m not sure how many have actually had a relegation battle. Myself and Liam Rosenior have been through it with other teams but I’m not sure how many others have.’’
“It’s good we have the experience but we’re hoping the quality shows and we have enough to get over the line. We know it’s not going to be easy but we believe we have enough to do it.”
Davies started off the season by being a consistent and regular starter but the defender has lost his impact at Hull City as he was an unused substitute in all of the matches of his team of the month of March but the experienced defender is hoping that he can end the season on a high note and help Hull City escape the bottom zone.