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Hull's Campbell wants Man Utd future

Hull City strike Fraizer Campbell sees his future at Manchester United.

The 20-year-old striker's 14 goals this term have put the Tigers well and truly in the hunt for automatic promotion.

Manager Phil Brown had hoped to sign Campbell on a permanent basis, but the lure of returning to Old Trafford is proving irresistible.

"I am contracted to Manchester United for another two-years and I can't say for sure what's going to happen there," said Campbell. "But I've come out on loan this season and done quite well for myself and the team. I wanted to get some first - team experience and go back to United a better player.

"Hopefully, with the experience I've gained, I will be able to go and compete for a place in the first team at Manchester United.

"I know that it will be difficult because of the likes of Rooney and Ronaldo, but I wouldn't be able to forgive myself if I didn't go back and give it a try.

"I'm really enjoying it here at Hull and I would like nothing more than to help them get promoted because everyone here is top class ."

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