Former Norwich City winger Robert Snodgrass ‘sickened’ that his Hull City season is over already

Robert Snodgrass in pre-season action for Hull.

Robert Snodgrass in pre-season action for Hull. - Credit: PA

Former Norwich City winger Robert Snodgrass has admitted his season is probably over after his 'sickening' injury.

The 27-year-old cost Hull £7m following his summer departure from the Canaries after Premier League relegation – but suffered a dislocated kneecap in the first half of his league debut for the Tigers at Queens Park Rangers on the opening day of the season.

'The diagnosis has been that this season is gone – if I play any part, it will be a bonus,' Snodgrass to the Daily Express.

'Football injuries happen to everybody. It's part and parcel of the game but the timing of it is quite sickening. I have got to get my head around it.'

Snodgrass only endured niggling injuries during his time at Carrow Road and was voted the club's player of the season last term – albeit in a campaign that ended up with City dropping out of the top flight.

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