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Steve Bruce’s side have allowed the lead to slip on four separate occasions this season and that is something the centre-back wants to rectify.
“It seems like we have gone the other way from last year,” Davies said.
“We had a solid base, kept a lot of clean-sheets and nicked a few 1-0 wins.
“Right now the clean-sheets aren’t coming, which is very frustrating because we’ve started scoring goals.”
Hull’s next match is the Capital One Cup clash against West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday, so what better chance for the club’s defence to tighten up than against a side who will be buzzing after their weekend win over Tottenham Hotspur.
The winger arrived on a free transfer this summer, but the Championship side are eligible for a fee due to Ince’s age.