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Nugent: Ulloa is a bargain

David Nugent thinks Leicester have signed one of the bargains of the season in Leonardo Ulloa.

Eyebrows were raised when Leicester broke their transfer record to sign Ulloa from Brighton in the summer.

The Foxes paid an initial £8million fee, which could rise to £10million, for the striker even though he had just one season of experience in English football before moving to the King Power Stadium.

Leo has been a revelation so far. He has come in from Brighton and he has scored lots of goals. At £8million he has turned out to be a bargain.

– Leicester striker David Nugent

Bookmakers have cut the odds on Ulloa topping the scoring charts at the end of the season from 80-1 to 33-1.

Diame: I was played out of position at West Ham

Mohamed Diame has credited the blistering start to his Hull career with a return to his favoured position.

Diame was a deadline day signing from West Ham, costing the Tigers £3.5million, and has already set about repaying manager Steve Bruce's faith.

I am in a different position to West Ham. I was a winger there. I am now back in midfield where I have played all my life. West Ham is a great club and the fans were always behind me. But I am not a winger.

I have goal targets, too, and playing as a winger meant I couldn't meet that target.

I like Hull as a club. I can see myself doing well here.

– Diame speaking to Hull Daily Mail.
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