It’s fair to say that Kamil Grosicki is a player who isn’t entirely satisfied with his current situation.
The Poland international has been at Hull City for two years, having joined the club when they were still in the Premier League.
He’s stayed with the Tigers since their relegation in 2017 and been one of their star performers in the Championship, bagging nine goals in each of his two years in the division.
His future at the club has regularly been in question, with Grosicki linked with an exit from Hull in pretty much every transfer window during his time in East Yorkshire.
This summer was no different, with him confirming he had offers to leave, but none of them were interesting to him.
“Yes (I had offers), but they were not interesting proposals, so I didn’t bother with them,” he told Przeglad Sportowy.
“There is a lot of talk, and then nothing comes of it. I don’t have an agent; my cooperation with Thomas Kroth is over. I wanted to see how it is without an agent.”
“Everyone knew this, and a lot of people called me to sign the authorization for representation.”
“But at a high level, you need to have an agent, and I certainly regret that I did not have a contract with a serious agent.”
Grosicki will want to find himself an agent ahead of next summer, with his future at Hull likely to be in the limelight once again.
Przeglad Sportowy state the forward has a year left on his deal, but the club have an option to extend it by another year, should they wish.
That is a decision they will make in the coming months, although they have to inform Grosicki by March they have done so, and he admits he will be seeking out talks with Hull’s chairman regarding the situation.
“They haven’t spoken about it, but I heard that they were expecting Poland to rise to the European championships,” he added.
“Then I would go to this tournament; I could promote myself and so on. However, these are just rumours.”
“For sure, after returning from this international break, I will want to meet the chairman in the club and talk about the future. Some decisions have to be made.”
“Either the contract will be extended or not. I would like to know where I stand to think forward. Of course, I will play my best to Hull to the veryend, although the future should not be forgotten.”