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Liam Rosenior has praised Aaron Connolly for his positive influence on Liam Delap’s integration into Hull City after the young striker’s move from Manchester City. Despite Connolly’s recent absence from the team due to injury, Rosenior commended his impact on and off the pitch, asserting that Connolly’s guidance has been crucial in Delap’s impressive start at Hull City.

Delap’s arrival at Hull City ahead of the Championship season has been a success, with the 20-year-old surpassing his goal tally from the previous season, scoring five goals so far. Connolly, the Republic of Ireland international, has faced a bit-part role due to injury but has managed to contribute five goals in 15 appearances.

Rosenior expressed confidence in Connolly’s potential for a successful career, emphasizing the importance of maintaining fitness. Despite not playing as much as desired, Connolly’s leadership qualities and influence within the team, particularly in mentoring Delap, have not gone unnoticed.

The 24-year-old Connolly, described as a leader in the dressing room, has played a pivotal role in helping Delap adapt to his new surroundings. Rosenior highlighted Connolly’s exceptional runs and movement on the field, indicating that despite occasional tough love, there is a strong bond between them.

Rosenior’s insights suggest that Connolly’s positive impact extends beyond his playing time, making him an influential figure for the team’s dynamics and the development of younger players like Delap.

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