The Cottagers’ goalkeeper has spent the 2013/13 season on loan in Yorkshire and now wants to extend his stay.
Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale has been on-loan at Hull City this season and with the club securing promotion to the Premier League on Saturday, he wants to move to the KC Stadium permanently.
Stockdale has been in fine form for Hull this season after finding it difficult to establish himself at Craven Cottage – consistently playing second fiddle to No.1 ‘keeper Mark Schwarzer.
His adopted team in Yorkshire confirmed their return to the top flight after a three year absence in dramatic fashion.
The Tigers drew with Championship winners Cardiff City on the final day of the season, but were only ensured a second-place finish when Watford lost at home to Leeds United.
If the Hornets had won that match then they would have taken Hull’s place in the automatic promotion places, however as it was a point for Steve Bruce’s men was enough to go up.
With Premier League football returning to the club Stockdale has hinted that he may want to make his move to Hull permanent.
“Unfortunately my chances at Fulham have been a bit limited,” the 27-year-old told TalkSport.
“Although I love the club maybe it’s time to move to pastures new.”
Stockdale has made 24 appearances for Hull this season after moving on-loan following playing just 25 times for Fulham in five years.
The ‘keeper has previously had loan spells at Leicester, Ipswich and Plymouth, but next campaign could be the first time he gets a consistent turn in the Premier League if Bruce decides to make his deal permanent.