Hull City have had a bid for a lower league winger turned down, according to reports.

The Tigers are said to have lodged a bid for Exeter's Randell Williams.

The 23-year-old scored five in 46 for the League Two outfit last season as they lost out in the play-off final.

Williams also won the Player of the Season award for the Grecians and unsurprisingly a number of clubs are now sniffing.

Reports now claim that Grant McCann has registered his interest in Williams, who counts Watford and Crystal Palace among his former clubs.

The report claims that City's initial offer was rejected and that Championship clubs are expected to follow suit and put in offers for the winger.

The Hull players warm up before the Championship match at the Cardiff City Stadium

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McCann is eager to bolster his squad further, after bringing in Lewie Coyle, Josh Emmanuel and Richard Smallwood in the past week.

Meanwhile, former City midfielder Kevin Stewart is reportedly being tracked by two Championship clubs.

Stewart departed the KCOM following their relegation to League One but is said to be attracting interest from Middlesbrough and Swansea.