Hull expectations have been raised - Turner

Hull City defender Michael Turner says they can have no complaints with Tim Cahill's goal for Everton in Sunday's 2-2 draw. "It was clearly over the line," the defender said. "I looked at the linesman and thought we wasn't going to give it at first but he stuck his flag up. It was the right decision. "I don't think Boaz (Myhill) thought it went over at first but, looking back, it went over the line. It's disappointing but it's one of those things."

Hull City defender Michael Turner says they can have no complaints with Tim Cahill's goal for Everton in Sunday's 2-2 draw.

"It was clearly over the line," the defender said. "I looked at the linesman and thought we wasn't going to give it at first but he stuck his flag up. It was the right decision.

"I don't think Boaz (Myhill) thought it went over at first but, looking back, it went over the line. It's disappointing but it's one of those things."

The draw at least maintained Hull's impressive start to the season having now collected eight points from their opening five games to sit seventh in the table.

"We are all confident we can achieve things at this football club and yesterday showed how far we have come," said Turner.

"Getting a 2-2 draw with Everton and we are frustrated we have not won the game - that shows how far we have come.

"We want to establish this club in the Premier League. We want to be here for years to come and all the boys want to be part of that."

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