Bruce positive about current position

The opening match of the season for Hull City was a positive game as they clinched a narrow 1-0 triumph over Queens Park Rangers; it was just the way that Steve Bruce and his squad wanted to kickoff this season of the Premier League. A great start for a club that just barely managed to stay afloat and survive for another season in the top tier League in England.
That triumph has been the only one that Hull City has claimed so far, everything else from there has only been draws and defeats. Despite not being able to replicate another victory, Steve Bruce remains positive and seems to be fairly happy about what his squad has managed to do in these 6 Premier League matches which have been played.
“Six points doesn’t really do our start justice. We could have done with another four or five but that’s the Premier League. I suppose every manager is saying what if we’d done this or that, because it’s fine margins. I do feel we are better. The squad is better in depth but we’ve got a long, long way to go. We’ve got a huge game against Crystal Palace next Saturday, so we have to stay positive.” Hull City’s manager Steve Bruce said.
Hull City is currently located at the bottom of the Premier League standings but has managed on scoring 9 goals out of the 6 Premier League matches played, the real problem that Hull City is suffering from is the defensive section as they have a total of 11 goals.
Steve Bruce will be looking to improve the defensive department of his squad during the January transfer window by bringing in new players that can upgrade that area and help out the squad and stop them from conceding so many goals.