Hull still have work to do – Davies

Curtis Davies insists Hull City still has plenty of work to do if they want to get something out of this season’s FA Cup competition.

Curtis Davies insists Hull City still has plenty of work to do if they want to get something out of this season’s FA Cup competition.

The Tigers are through to the semi-finals after beating Sunderland 3-0 at the KC Stadium in the quarter-final on Sunday but Davies, who scored the opening goal in the 68th minute, is imploring the team to kick on when they meet Sheffield United in the final four at Wembley on April 12.

"The club has never been to this level in the FA Cup and personally for myself I've not been this far as well so it's going to be a good day out to go to Wembley but obviously you want to go one more after that and actually get to the final and do something with it," he told ITV1.

"We're delighted that we're going to Wembley but you win nothing for semi-finals. You want to get to the final and win it. So why not?"

 
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