The right-sided player has yet to taste anything other than victory in a black and amber shirt having starred in the wins against Bolton, Millwall and Leeds, and the man on loan from Sunderland says he can sense something good is building in East Yorkshire.
“We’ve just earned a very good nine points against Bolton, Millwall and Leeds, so now we move on to concentrate on Leicester,” said Elmohamady.
“We have a lot of good players here who like to get on the ball and get forward. We also have a great manager and have been putting in some good performances.
“Those last three games have to be put to one side now, though, because Leicester is the one that we are concentrating on.
“I know the club is aiming for the Premier League and I really hope we can get there. This is a very exciting club to play for – the manager, the players, the fans – everything is here.”
Elmohamady is already becoming a favourite with the fans after some exciting performances from right-wing back.
The Egyptian international terrorised Leeds at Elland Road on Tuesday night and opened his scoring account for the season before going on to set up goals for Abdoulaye Faye and Robert Koren.
He admits he’s loving his football at the moment.
“I just wanted to play football and Hull City have given me that chance,” added Elmohamady.
“I’m enjoying it here. The manager is always telling me to look forward and attack, and through that maybe score some goals. I managed to score on Tuesday and I give that goal to the manager.
“The Championship is good. Players are strong and quick and in that way it isn’t a lot different to the Premier League.”