Hulse happy to settle future

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Rob Hulse has revealed his delight to commit his future to Leeds United after penning a three-year deal with the club.

The former West Brom man joined initially on a three-month loan, but The Whites have acted swiftly to sign the hit-man for a fee that could rise to £1.1 million.

Hulse was enjoying his time at Elland Road, after bagging six goals in 13 appearances, and was keen to secure a permanent switch away from The Hawthorns.

The 25-year-old is aware of the task ahead of The Whites next term and added that challenging for promotion was a big incentive to stay with Leeds.

"It's nice to get my future sorted so I know where I'm going to be next year," explained Hulse to Sky Sports News.

"I already feel like piece of the furniture, because of my three-month spell here. The lads have made me feel very welcome.

"It's a great club and I'm proud to be associated with it. I knew it was a big club, but didn't quite realise how big it was with the fan base.

"Kevin's looking at four or five new additions next year. We're going to have a great squad that's going to be pushing for promotion and that was a big key factor as well."