Fryatt plays down future fears

Former Leicester striker aims to make the best decision for family

Matty Fryatt: Hull striker set to be their top scorer again this season

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Hull City striker Matty Fryatt has admitted his house is up for sale but denied he is preparing to leave the KC stadium.

The 26-year-old has scored 12 goals this season for the Tigers and is set to be their top scorer for the second successive campaign.

Fryatt has recently had a new addition to his family and revealed at times, life without the support of the extended family can be difficult.

However, the former Leicester marksman expects to be at the Championship outfit for the foreseeable future.

Difficult

"My house is up for sale. I am not quite sure how people find this sort of thing out," he told the Yorkshire Post.

"We had our third child just before March and having a young family without close family up here is difficult for myself, and particularly my wife when I'm not around.

"Whatever is easiest for us as a family, I will support that. I have got a contract for two more years here and I can't see much movement going on."