Steve Bruce hopes deadline-day recruit Dame N'Doye can hit a trademark hot streak to guide Hull to safety after his match-winning brace at Crystal Palace.
Senegal striker N'Doye wasted a hatful of chances before plundering a second-half double that cemented a vital 2-0 win at Selhurst Park on Saturday.
The 30-year-old now boasts five goals in 10 Hull appearances since his £2 million January move from Lokomotiv Moscow, and boss Bruce hopes he can now fire Hull to top-flight safety.
Dame N'Doye's second-half brace handed Hull a vital ray of light in their Premier League survival bid, as Steve Bruce's men won 2-0 at Crystal Palace.
Misfiring striker N'Doye wasted several chances before first tapping in from two yards, then blasting home at the end as Hull claimed their first win in seven matches.
Victory ensured Hull stay above the drop zone, but in no way eases their relegation fears, with Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United still ahead.
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