Andrew Robertson non-committal over Hull future amid recent Aston Villa speculation

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Hull City defender Andrew Robertson is non-committal over his future.

Hull City defender Andrew Robertson has told The Sun that he will 'wait and see' what his future holds amid rumours of a move to Aston Villa.

Hull's 0-0 draw on the final day of the Premier League season wasn't enough to keep them in the top flight, with the Tigers dropping back down to the Championship.

That relegation means manager Steve Bruce could see a number of players leave the club this summer, with left back Robertson no doubt in demand.

The Scottish international only arrived from Dundee United last summer, but produced some promising displays during his time at the KC Stadium, leading to interest from Aston Villa this summer, according to the reports from the Birmingham Mail last week.

Manager Bruce responded by telling the Daily Star that Robertson wouldn't be sold cheaply despite Hull's relegation, and that any team interested in signing the 21-year-old would have to pay big money.

Having seen Bruce's comments, Robertson has now tackled the subject of his future himself - and whilst he joked about Bruce's remarks, he says he will just have to wait and see what the future holds ahead of a big summer for the former Celtic youngster.

"The manager’s comments are flattering but I don’t read too much into it. He might have had a few beers on holiday or whatever! We’ll wait and see," said Robertson.

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