The centre-back signed for the Tigers from Evo-Stik League North outfit South Shields in November 2015 after making a dozen appearances for The Mariners, penning a two-year deal.
After recovering from a long-term injury, Curry was sent out on loan to fellow National League North side Boston United where he made an instant impact, scoring on his debut against Kidderminster Harriers in the Buildbase FA Trophy.
Curry can play in the centre or left side of defence, giving Jason Ainsley options as the team prepare to face thirteen games in thirty-eight days.
Ainsley spoke of his delight after securing Curry’s services, telling the club`s official website: “Adam is someone we have monitored for a while whilst he’s been playing for Hull’s under 23-side.
“The opportunity for him to join us at a stage where we are playing three games in the space of a week makes sense. He can play in the centre and the left side of defence, so he gives us more options.
“He already has National League North experience having had a spell with Boston earlier in the season which benefits us and him”.