Bullard: I won't walk out on Tigers
Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard has vowed not to walk out on the Tigers this summer, even if the club are relegated from the Premier League.Bullard became the Tigers' record signing during the winter transfer window when he completed a £5million move from Fulham.However, his career at the KC Stadium has so far brought just 37 minutes of action after he sustained a season-ending injury on his debut against West Ham.He was signed with the intention of helping to keep the club in the top flight, and is earning a Premier League salary.There had, therefore, been suggestions that Hull would struggle to retain his services at the end of the season were they to succumb to the drop.Bullard, though, insists he is going nowhere and has made it clear that he wants to repay the faith shown in him by manager Phil Brown."I've no clauses in my contract, that's one thing I don't like," he said."When I signed, it's because I want to be a Hull player in the long run."It's a four-and-a-half-year contract and I want to play that for Hull and more."
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