Hull City U18 Harvey Carew says the 4-2 victory over Nottingham Forest was his toughest fixture he’s ever competed in.
The winger scored a hat-trick, while Henry Curtis scored the other goal, to secure all three points for the Tigers in the U18 Professional Development League.
“It was a good performance from everyone,” said Carew.
“I thought as a team we played well. I think we were better in the second half than we were in the first half, because I think Nottingham Forest were on top for the majority of the half, but we had a good team talk at half-time and we went out and had the momentum to win the game.
“I potentially think, it might have been my hardest challenge of the season or even last season for me personally as anyone could have won the game and I think we have done well to get the three points."
Speaking on his hat-trick, Carew added: “I’m really happy with the hat-trick, because I don’t think many people score hat-tricks at this level, so it’s a great feeling. I’ve been practicing my runs in behind in the final third and I think that showed today through the one-on-one goals I scored.
“We’ve now got to continue the momentum against Barnsley next week. It should be a similar challenge to what Nottingham provided as it will be a tough game and it should be end-to-end action and we need to hope we can win to continue the good form.”