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24 January 2017

Ryan Mason latest updates as Hull ace is "delighted" to see his team-mates and family after skull surgery

Ryan Mason remains in a stable condition, the player’s family have confirmed in a statement released on Monday evening.

Mason suffered a fractured skull during Hull’s loss to Chelsea when he collided with fellow England international Gary Cahill.

Hull City released an update on the 25-year-old’s state on Monday afternoon before the family statement extended their gratitude to the overwhelming support.

“We would like to take this opportunity to express out sincere thanks and gratitude for the overwhelming support shown to Ryan during what has been an extremely traumatic 24 hours,” read the statement.

“The well wishes and support that we’ve received as a family from such a large number of players, managers, clubs, fans and everyone involved in football – as well as even from people outside of the sport – has helped give Ryan and all of the family great strength during this incredibly difficult time.

“We would also like to send a special thank you to the superb medical teams at Hull City, Chelsea and St Mary’s Hospital. The manner in which the situation was handled and dealt with was impeccable and we are incredibly grateful for everything that they have done and continue to do.

“As has been confirmed in the statement released by Hull City, Ryan is in a stable condition and will be continually monitored over the coming days. The club will continue to provide regular updates as and when there is news to report.”

We’ll bring you all the latest news on his condition.

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