Aston Villa don't need to sign Moses Odubajo

Hull City's Moses Odubajo attends Premier League Kicks Hero training session at the KCOM astro pitches on January 16, 2017 in Hull, England.

Aston Villa have been linked with the Hull City right-back.

Hull City's Moses Odubajo attends Premier League Kicks Hero training session at the KCOM astro pitches on January 16, 2017 in Hull, England.

According to the Hull Daily Mail, Aston Villa are keeping tabs on Moses Odubajo, but they do not need him, regardless of what division they are in next season.

With Alan Hutton set to be offered a new contract and James Bree already at the club, signing a right-back should not be on Steve Bruce’s list of priorities, if Villa remain in the Championship.

Steve Bruce, Manager of Aston Villa waves to the fans prior to the Sky Bet Championship Play Off Semi Final second leg match between Aston Villa and Middlesbrough at Villa Park on May 15,...

And if the claret and blues are promoted, then Villa are likely to need better than Odubajo.

The former Leyton Orient man has shown a great deal of promise, but he is now 24 and still recovering from a serious injury.

There is no guarantees that Odubajo would return to the same level as before his injury problem.

Moses Odubajo of Hull City celebrates his team's win and promotion to the Premier League after Sky Bet Championship Play Off Final match between Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday at...

And Villa would be much better off looking elsewhere, than taking a risk on the Hull man.

Villa’s options at right-back are already perfectly satisfactory for a Championship side, and if Bruce’s side do earn promotion, Odubajo simply wouldn’t be enough of an upgrade to prove a worthwhile addition to their squad.

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