Hull City midfielder Robbie Brady is targeting more positive results as his side look continue their recent unbeaten run.
The Tigers have not lost in their last three Premier League matches, picking up seven points in a sequence that has seen them move up to 15 place in the table and four points above the relegation zone.
The run was kick-started with a 1-1 draw at reigning champions Manchester City at the start of the month and has been followed up with impressive wins against fellow strugglers Aston Villa and Queens Park Rangers.
Now midfielder Brady is targeting more victories, with the Humberside club taking on Stoke at the Britannia on Saturday before hosting another relegation rival in Sunderland at the KC Stadium next Tuesday.
He said: “We’ve got games coming up that are the type you want to be picking up points from, especially at this stage of the season. Hopefully we can do that and climb up the table.”
The Tigers upturn in fortunes has coincided with Brady’s return to the starting line-up, with the Irish international having started the last three league games and he hopes that run also continues when they travel to take on the Potters.
He continued: “I’ve managed to get myself back in the side and I’m really enjoying it. There’s good competition for places. Luckily I’m in the side at the moment and the fact that we’ve managed to get a few results has probably kept me in.”
Hull are outsiders to pick up all three points on Saturday at 4.02 with the Potters available at 1.94. The draw is on offer at 3.27.