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Agnew: Victory was deserved

Hull assistant manager Steve Agnew insisted his side were "good value" for the 2-1 win at Nottingham Forest which lifted City into the Championship top six.

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Paul McShane: Bundled in Hull's winner

Paul McShane: Bundled in Hull's winner

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Paul McShane's disputed winner 20 minutes from win ensured the Tigers left the City Ground with all three points.

"I thought we were good value for the win," Agnew said. "The shape of the team was good and we were resolute and tough throughout. We had what was needed to see the game out.

"We feel as though we should be competing at the top end of the division and where we are at the moment is very pleasing.

"What we have to do is find the consistency we would like to see over a period of time because when we have had a good run of results something has gone wrong.

"It would be nice if we could now take it on from this result and go through December remaining unbeaten. But we all know that in this league everyone seems capable of beating everyone else."

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