Scott Twine believes there’s plenty more to come as he continues to adap to life at Hull City and in the Championship following his summer move from Burnley.
Twine got off to a slow start after his much-hyped arrival but has proved to be an integral part of Liam Rosenior’s starting XI in recent weeks, even if his goals return perhaps doesn’t show it yet.
Rosenior has used Twine as one of his major weapons in City’s pressing system with the Tigers boss keen to talk up the 24-year-old’s involvement.
Yet to open his City account, Twine has notched two assists in the win at Birmingham City and defeat at West Brom a couple of weeks ago when an error-strewn team display saw Rosenior’s side beaten. They did, however, respond brilliantly to ease past a resolute Huddersfield Town last weekend.
Twine delivered another impressive display in the 80 minutes he has on the pitch, and had a hand in what should have been the opening goal when his clever free-kick found Ozan Tufan who in turn played in Liam Delap in front of goal but he somehow dragged wide.
That game was just his 28th in the Championship across his career, and he says he’s continuing to improve under Rosenior’s tutelage.
“I’m enjoying it and I think I’m getting better each week and feeling more confident in every game,” the playmaker told Hull Live. “I know I’ve 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.
“Yeah, definitely. I’m really enjoying it and I think we’re a really good team. It’s little moments that are so avoidable. I think in this league you can’t get too high and you can’t get too low. We’ve seen that everyone beats everyone and last year one of the biggest things I took out of that team was that they didn’t get too high if they won three or four nil and played really well or got low when they got beat.
“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.”