Thomas Ince insists Hull City's Europa League hopes aren't over.
Hull will have to overcome a 1-0 deficit to Sporting Lokeren this week if they are to extend their stay in the Europa League. Ince was a second-half substitute on Thursday as the Belgians nicked victory following a gift from goalkeeper Allan McGregor.
And he reflected: "It's a learning curve. This is our first ever time in this tournament. These European teams, you have to learn, you have to adjust to it.
"Throughout the game we looked the better side, we kept the ball. We had a 10-minute spell where we were a little bit shaky but we soon got back under control and started creating chances. There are lots of positives to take into next week and we will be ready to take them on at the KC."
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