Chelsea youngster Ola Aina joined Hull City on loan during the summer transfer window in order to play regularly at a competitive level.
The 20-year-old has started all Hull City’s five games so far this season and he is aiming to help Hull win promotion to the Premier League.
“Hull City is a good place for me because as people may know, I am a quiet guy. I just like to chill out and that area reflects me as a person. It is just really chilled and laid back. The lads are good, the area is nice, I have been welcomed into the team with open arms,” Aina told Goal.
“I am happy there and most important of all, I am getting some game time. It is all looking good for me right now. I just wanna be playing regularly, playing well. I want to stay fit. Even if it was another team, my main decision was just to play enough games.
“I just need enough competitive games, enough games to challenge my ability and to make me a better player. What I have learnt so far is just knowing when and where to do things. Such as when and where to do skills, when and where to put the ball out or when and where to stick a ball down the line.
“I have learned to be disciplined with my football. That’s what I have learned so far. We would love to win the league but if we have to go through the play-offs to get promoted then I don’t think that’s a bad thing either. Our goal is just to get promoted to the Premier League.”