Tigers lack killer instinct
Hull City boss Steve Bruce has stressed that their lack of form in front of goal will improve but will take time.
The Tigers boss has faith in his side and insists that a solution will be found. In recent seasons Hull have found their goals scoring tally a bit thin on the ground however, their defensive abilities have propelled them up the league and have kept them a constant threat.
Bruce has highlighted that his side need to sharpen up in front of goal if they are to sustain a challenge for promotion. He believes that the problem can be erased by a collective effort from his squad.
"It's going to take time, it's not just going to change overnight," said Bruce.
"It's the one thing we've got to try and address and I'm mindful of it."
"If you look over the last couple of years, the consistent problem has been scoring."
"It's something we have to work on as a group. It's not just the responsibility of the forwards. You should be looking at your defenders and midfielders chipping in with goals too."