Graham adds much needed firepower to the Tigers side as they look to tackle the Premier League for just a second every time this season.
Graham only arrived at Sunderland in January for £5million but new manager Paolo Di Canio is not a fan of the former Middlesbrough man and has added strikers to his squad this summer.
The former Swansea forward notched 12 goals in the South Wales’ clubs first season in the top flight and Hull will be hoping he can return to that sort of form to help them stay in the Premier League.
The Tigers have been busy this summer without spending a great deal of money with free transfers and loans the order of the day at the KC Stadium.
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