Making 15 appearances at the KC stadium, he is getting a chance to improve playing above reserve level and feels it can be the springboard to bigger and better things.
The midfielder, surround by other United names like Corry Evans, Cameron Stewart, James Chester and Joe Dudgeon, joined the Tigers in August and feels that his time on the pitch is allowing him to show United what he has to offer,
“This season has been my best yet. I’m enjoying it and hopefully it can keep getting better.
“I get a lot of feedback from Manchester United. They come and watch me a lot on loan at Hull. I’ll go back in January and see what the story is. I’m not too sure if the loan will be extended at Hull because I think there are a couple more options.
“They want to bring me back in January to discuss a contract and we’ll see what the next move is then.”
“It has been brilliant for me being out on loan because I’m playing first-team football, but I want to go back in January and see what the club say about what happens next.
“I would love to push on and try to challenge for a place in the United squad. I got in a little last year, but the fact I’m playing regularly now should help.
“It would be a dream come true to play for United and that is what I want to do. The possibility of getting in and around the squad for the second half of the season would be fantastic.”
Loans have been the making of a number of our players with both Welbeck and Cleverley starring away from Old Trafford before making the jump to the first team this season.
And Brady, who was selected for the Carling Cup squad against Wolves last season, is clearly hoping to follow suit.