Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon is not sure about joining Hull City before Monday’s transfer deadline, according to Sky Sports.
The 27-year-old England international is on the radar of the Tigers, who want to sign him on loan for the rest of the season.
Hull manager Steve Bruce claimed at the weekend that the Tigers have spoken to Tottenham, telling BBC Sport: "We have had conversations with Spurs over the last 24 hours and it now rests on the boy Aaron himself."
It now appears that the former Leeds United star is not sure if it is in his best interest to move to Hull for the remainder of the 2014-15 campaign.
According to Sky Sports, Lennon “is believed to be uncertain about Hull following their 3-0 at home to Newcastle on Saturday, which left them in the Premier League relegation places.”
One can understand why the Englishman is not willing to leave Tottenham for Hull.
The Tigers are currently embroiled in a relegation dogfight and are many Premier League football followers’ favourites to suffer relegation to the Championship at the end of the season.
Hull are not one of the biggest clubs in England, and leaving North London outfit Tottenham for the Tigers will be a step down for Lennon.
Perhaps Lennon is holding out for a bigger club or a team in a better position in the Premier League, but the question if that will prove to be a success especially with the transfer deadline just over 24 hours away.
The pacy winger has struggled for playing time at Tottenham so far this season, having made only nine appearances in the Premier League.
If regular playing time is what Lennon is looking for and Hull are assuring him of that, then perhaps he should take it.