I intend to…” A man from Hull City candidly admits.

I intend to..." A man from Hull City candidly admits
I intend to…” A man from Hull City candidly admits

Although Hull City had seen interest in Scott Twine long before Liam Rosenior returned in November 2022, they managed to ward off suitor interest this summer by signing him to a loan from Burnley.

The Tigers’ management had taken notice of the playmaker in the summer of 2022 after he had a fantastic season with MK Dons, where Liam Manning’s team lost in the League One play-offs. Twine scored 20 goals and added 13 assists in 47 games in the league and the play-off semifinals that followed.

After that, he had a successful season last year, winning the Championship. However, he didn’t have much of an impact on Burnley’s 101-point campaign, having only played in 14 league games for the Clarets and matching that total already in his time in East Yorkshire.

What is Scott Twine’s current Hull City performance like?

Twine was among a number of intriguing recruits to Liam Rosenior’s team. Because of the 39-year-old’s mentality, Twine fit right in with the team and thrilled the majority of Tigers supporters before making his debut against Blackburn Rovers, a fierce rival of his parent club.

In the end, his well-established skill in dead-ball scenarios—which many would contend he has flattered to deceive on numerous times this campaign thus far—creates a sense of expectation.

With an average rating of 6.66, the Swindon native midfielder has been City’s tenth-best player so far this season according to WhoScored ratings.

However, the 24-year-old is beginning to show more glimpses of his talent, with two assists in the last four games, and an impressive performance against Huddersfield before being substituted with ten minutes to go.


As per Fbref, Twine has an xG of 1.9, but is yet to find the net, despite conjuring up an average of 3.11 shots per 90 minutes and 4.46 shot creating actions per 90, highlighting some areas which need to improve sooner.

What has Scott Twine said about his performances?

Speaking to Hull Live, Twine has made an honest self-assessment about his time in East Yorkshire so far, but backs himself to eventually back up his performances with an improvement on his numerical stats.

I’m enjoying it and I think I’m getting better each week and feeling more confident in every game.


“I know I’ve not scored, assisted or been involved in as many goals as I’d like, I’m sure that will change and I’m going to work hard to make sure that does change. I’m not just going to give up or anything like that. I know what my goals are and I’ll work hard to achieve that.” Twine added.

What is next for Hull City and Scott Twine?

With the best seemingly yet to come from the loanee, this will give Liam Rosenior and the MKM Stadium faithful plenty of encouragement as Hull look to build on a positive start to the season, which is something he admits.

“There’s a long way to go, and a lot of time to improve, we’ll keep improving and hopefully, by the end of the season, we’ll be where we want to be.”

The Tigers’ next task is a long trip to South Wales to play Swansea City, led by Michael Duff, in an attempt to win at Swansea.Com Stadium for the first time since August 2016.

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