Scott Twine expressed his delight with life at Hull City, emphasizing his eagerness for the positive streak to persist after securing his debut goal in the 4-1 victory against Rotherham on Tuesday. This achievement marked the second occasion this season that the team scored four goals at home, showcasing an impressive performance at the MKM Stadium under manager Liam Rosenior.
Twine’s first goal for the Tigers came in the 16th game of the season, a moment he rightfully considered deserved after a series of noteworthy performances since his loan move from Burnley. The goal unfolded as Liam Delap’s shot was deflected into Twine’s path, allowing for an uncomplicated finish.
Expressing his enthusiasm, Twine shared his contentment with Hull Live, stating, “I’m loving every minute of it, loving training. I’ve really enjoyed my time here, and I want it to continue.” Looking ahead, he expressed his anticipation for the upcoming clash with Watford on Saturday, highlighting his happiness with the team’s current form.
Despite the contrasting challenges posed by various opponents in the league, Twine acknowledged that every game is equally demanding but emphasized the team’s confidence, especially after securing three consecutive home wins. He stressed the importance of adhering to basics, working hard, winning battles, and allowing their football to unfold.
Twine also discussed the evolving style of play embraced by Hull City, acknowledging the fans’ shift from frustration to appreciation in recent weeks. He asserted that the team’s style will continue to develop and improve, providing them with the best chance to compete for a spot in the top six.
Reflecting on the team’s style of play, Twine emphasized the significance of their approach, stating, “The best way for us to score goals is by doing that.” He dismissed the notion of passing for the sake of it, highlighting the importance of converting chances to secure victories.
Addressing his personal achievement after a 15-game goal drought, Twine admitted a sense of relief and expressed hope for more goals and assists in the future. He described his first goal as a moment of relief and happiness, acknowledging the fortunate circumstances surrounding the goal.
Twine concluded by sharing Delap’s reaction to his goal, indicating the striker’s excitement and support. Despite Delap’s belief that the ball was going in without Twine’s intervention, the goal marked a collective celebration within the team.