Hull City's Corry Evans calls for more goalscorers in promotion bid
CORRY Evans says he's determined to aid Hull City's promotion push by chipping in with more goals from midfield.
The Tigers sit just three points shy of the Championship's summit, despite being the lowest scorers in the top-six.
Manager Steve Bruce has repeatedly stressed City should have many more goals, and that games could have been won by more comfortable margins.
Evans believes the midfield can play a key role in solving the problem in the second half of the campaign.
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And with David Meyler leading the way by finding the net in back-to-back victories over Watford and Huddersfield, Evans believes it is crucial for the rest of the Tigers midfield to follow suit.
"We can't rely on Jay Simpson, Sone Aluko and Robbie Koren, everyone needs to chip in with a goal here and there," he said.
"My goalscoring record is something I'd like to improve. If you're a goalscoring midfielder, that can add a couple of million on your head.
"There's not many about these days and when you do find one, they're worth their weight in gold.
"I've been playing in a sitting role a lot this season so there hasn't been too many opportunities to go forward."
GOALKEEPER David Stockdale has had his loan spell cut short after just five appearances after being recalled by parent club Fulham yesterday afternoon.