The 18-year-old winger joined Newcastle in the winter transfer window and was immediately loaned out to Scottish outfit Hearts.
Kuol failed to establish himself in Hearts starting line-up, only making one start out of his nine appearances with the Scottish outfit
On Wednesday, the winger helped his side snatch a crucial point against Rangers by scoring an injury time equaliser coming off the bench in the match, which finished with a 2-2 scoreline.
Kuol admitted that his game time since joining the Jambos has not been adequate but believes that working hard on the training ground on a daily basis has helped him become a better player.
The Newcastle loanee also stated that the players in the Hearts squad have been very welcoming to him, which has helped him settle very quickly.
“The lads have been really good, like brothers, they are a good tight group, which made it easier to fit in”, Kuol was quoted as saying by the Daily Record.
“People look at the game time as a negative.
“It’s not ideal but what I’m doing in training every day, that’s what makes me a better player.”
Hearts will take on Hibs at the weekend and Kuol will be eyeing a spot in the starting line-up for the game.