Hull star speaks openly about his future

Jordan Lane is Hull through and through, and, after signing a two-year deal in November 2020, the second-rower-turned-loose-forward, wants to stay for the future.

“I’d like to stay at Hull; I’m a Hull lad and I’ve supported Hull since I was about 5 or 6 year old so I’d definitely like to stay,” Lane said.

“If I get my head down and continue playing good rugby then it will take care of itself.”

Lane was honest about Hull’s recent form, stating that complacency crept in after starting the season so well.

“I think we started well in the first four games, and I felt like we got a bit complacent after that and let our standards slip a little bit with the losses we got.

“I feel like we’re picking up now from where we started from but injuries have been a problem.

“Sometimes we’ve played a team who we’ve expected to beat and they’ve given us a good game, but we’ve turned up thinking we’re going to put a number on them and we didn’t – we can’t afford to be doing that.”

That’s how most people are predicting Hull’s game against Leigh to go on Saturday, with the Centurions still winless.

“People will be expecting us to go over there and turn them over easily, but we can’t go over there with that mindset as they’ve got a very dangerous squad and they’re desperate for a win.

“They’ll be throwing everything they’ve got at us.”

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