Brett Hodgson has expressed his excitement to welcome supporters back into the KCOM Stadium in 2021 and says he is settling into life in Hull despite Covid-19 restrictions.
Hodgson kicked off pre-season training last week as his side begin preparations for the 2021 Betfred Super League campaign.
Speaking to hullfc.com, Brett said: “I love it here. I’ve always felt that Northern England was my home.
“I originally only came here for two years and ended up staying for nine, and now I’m back and it feels like I was only here last week.
“I love this part of the country and I’m enjoying being here.”
And Hodgson explained that the Covid-19 restrictions currently in place aren’t dampening his delight to have settled down in Hull.
“I’m not the type of person who gets out loads anyway so the fact that I’m only at work and at home doesn’t make that much of a difference to me.
“I think it has effected the entire world, and there are plenty of people that have been affected by it more than I have – I’m thankful it hasn’t affected me or my immediate family.”
Despite being in Hull for six weeks, Hodgson still hasn’t had the chance to meet the Black & White supporters, but says he looks forward to the day that fans return to the KCOM Stadium.
“I haven’t had a chance to meet any of them yet due to the Covid-19 situation, but I’m really excited about what they can bring in terms of support.
“The supporters of every club are the backbone, and ours are no different. I can’t wait for them to be back inside the grounds and bring that famous atmosphere.
He added: “The KCOM Stadium was always my favourite ground to play at over here because the fans are right on top of you, and you can get over 20,00 in there.
“I know fans have had to sacrifice a lot over the past 10 months so hopefully we can get some normality back soon.”