Move for Premiership striker unlikely
Steve Davis has told the club’s official web-site that he would entertain the idea of signing our former striker Rob Hulse on loan from Queens Park Rangers but stresses that the 32-year-old is probably beyond our budget. Hulse has found his chances limited at his current club Queens Park Rangers and has recently been linked with a possible loan move to our League rivals Brentford. Hulse scored 51 goals in 131 appearances for his hometown club before securing a move to West Brom in the summer of 2003. His successful career took him to Leeds, Sheffield United and Derby County.
Steve Davis told the club’s official web-site: “That name has been thrown out at me and of course we know about him. He is a Crewe lad and I know Rob. He is a quality player and would be a great acquisition to any club in the Football League.
“He hasn’t played a lot of football of late and I am sure he would be beyond our budget. Perhaps Brentford have it in their budget to pay those sort of wages or the percentage QPR would want but I think he would be beyond us.”