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Danny Graham is probably Hull's biggest signing this summer in what is something of a gamble from Steve Bruce.
The 28-year-old is on a season-long loan from Sunderland after failing to impress on Wearside since his £5 million move from Swansea City in January.
Graham is a big, strong centre-forward and with the right service can be an effective player—under Steve Bruce, he should have enough opportunities to prove his worth.
With quick, wide players positioned either side of Graham, the former Watford striker will be given plenty of service.
Sone Aluko and Yannick Sagbo are likely to be the ones providing that service and if they can deliver the ball into the right areas, Graham can use his strength well to make chances.
David Luiz often likes to get tight to opposing forwards and that could be a mistake against somebody with Graham's ability to roll his marker with his shoulders.
Graham needed a fresh outlook and a new challenge where his manager would believe in him. Hull City appears to be providing just that and Chelsea will represent the perfect opportunity to begin proving his worth.