Ryan Mason's career is in doubt after receiving two conflicting opinions from specialists.
The midfielder suffered a skull injury in January following a clash of heads with Chelsea defender Gary Cahill. The 26-year-old spent eight days in hospital following the incident that took place at Stamford Bridge, being placed into an induced coma and having 14 plates inserted after fracturing his skull.
Following a 2-0 defeat to Doncaster Rovers in the Carabao Cup, Hull manager
However, the Russian pointed out that the severity of Mason's injury means his footballing career must take second place when considering his future.
Back in May, Mason paid tribute to the medical staff that were quick to act after the collision with Cahill, saying: "Luckily I had the right people around me from the second it happened to help me with my recovery. And that's what been happening ever since."