The English midfielder started his career at Tottenham at eight years of age, but ended his spell there after 17 years when he sealed a £13million move to Mike Phelan’s men.
He was out of favour at White Hart Lane and left in search of first team football – and that’s exactly what he’s got with the newly-promoted English Premier League side.
Mason has started Hull’s last two games against Burnley and Arsenal – now he’s marked his third start with his first ever goal for the club.
And it’s a cracker.
It came in the second half of tonight’s EFL Cup game against Stoke, with Mason meeting a long ball into the box with a sumptuous first time volley into the net:
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How good is that?
Hull fans will be hoping Mason can produce more moments of magic like that throughout his career with the club.
Stoke had been leading the game 1-0 thanks to Marko Arnautović’s stunning goal, but Mason’s beauty has the game at 1-1 and heading for extra time.