Tom Huddlestone have made just 13 starts for Hull City so far this season.
Tom Huddlestone has admitted to the Daily Mirror that he has not played as much as he wanted to at Hull City so far this season.
The 29-year-old has made just 13 Championship starts this term, with Steve Bruce seemingly preferring other options in his squad.
And Huddlestone admits that he may look to leave the KC Stadium at the end of the season, with his contract due to expire.
“I’m out of contract and nothing’s been offered yet so I’m not sure what will happen come the summer,” he said.
“I guess I’m open to anything really because it’s all up in the air at the minute.
"I’m 29 and I don’t want to be out of contract trying to find a new club. I’ve not spoken to the gaffer about it, but I haven’t played as much as I would have liked or expected to.
“I’ll speak to my agent in the next few weeks and hopefully Hull will have come up with something by then.”
Huddlestone joined Hull from Tottenham Hotspur back in 2013, and he has been a key player throughout his time at the club until this season.
The former England international was expected to have a big role this term, but he has failed to break into Bruce’s starting line-up on a regular basis.
Hull have been in stunning form in his absence, and he simply hasn’t been allowed a chance to force his way back into the side due to the consistent excellence of his teammates.
Hull are currently top of the Championship table, and they are one of the favourites to be promoted this season.
Huddlestone was linked with a move to Derby County in the January transfer window (Hull Daily Mail), but Bruce denied those reports at the time.