Matty Fryatt admits he would leave Hull City if it was right for his family.
The 26-year-old has scored 12 goals for the Tigers this season, as he looks set to finish their top goalscorer for the second successive season.
However, Fryatt, formerly of Leicester City, has recently had a third child, and he admits life without his extended family can be difficult for him and his wide.
And whilst the striker, who has put his house up for sale, expects to stay at Hull, he has told the Yorkshire Post he would leave if it was right for his family.
"We had our third child just before March and having a young family without close family up here is difficult for myself, and particularly my wife when I'm not around,” he said.
"Whatever is easiest for us as a family, I will support that. I have got a contract for two more years here and I can't see much movement going on."
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