HULL CITY boss Steve Bruce has revealed that he will consider his future as Tigers chief if the board’s plans for the 2015-16 season do not match his own ambitions.
Bruce, who has admitted that this summer has been his most difficult in management with Hull seeking to get a number of high-earners off the books before making concerted moves in the transfer market - will hold talks with owner Assem Allam on Thursday.
Bruce remains confident if he will be given the funds to push for promotion next season, but with the new season approaching, the north-easterner is keen for the club to push forward.
Bruce said: “I’m hoping that on Thursday, we can all sit down and navigate a plan to get us back to where we all want to be.
“If that’s the case then I’ll be perfectly happy.
“If not, then I’ll ask the question of exactly what they want to do.
“If I don’t think we have a chance of getting back up, I would consider my position.
“But I still believe when we have the meeting on Thursday, I will be given a chance to rebuild this side.
“We have three weeks and a lot can be done in three weeks.
“I’m confident this meeting on Thursday will be beneficial to everyone.”