Midfielder Regan Slater is keen to make his mark in League One with the Tigers.
The 21-year-old has joined Hull City on a season-long loan from boyhood club Sheffield United.
He has spent the last two seasons on loan in League Two, making 41 appearances for Carlisle in 2018/19 and 15 at Scunthorpe last term.
And Slater is pleased to be stepping up a division and wants to make the most of his chance.
“I’m delighted, really made up with the move,” said Slater. “It’s a big club that probably shouldn’t be in the league they’re in.
“The manager rang me and said they want to push and get out of this league and that’s something I want to be a part of.
“He said there’ll be lots of games throughout the season so it’s great for me to get the opportunity to come here and play.
“I play in centre midfield, anywhere in midfield. I can do a bit of both, box to box, defending and attacking.
“I probably wanted to step up (to League One) sooner but the opportunity is here now so it’s up to me to take it.
“I want to play games, keep gaining more experience and that will help me develop.”