Hunt: It was important to get back to winning ways
JONATHAN Hunt returned from injury to inspire City to an excellent 3-0 win over Weston-super-Mare last Saturday. The 38-year old was ruled out of the Eastleigh game with a groin injury but returned to play a central part in the win, and the former Wimbled
JONATHAN Hunt returned from injury to inspire City to an excellent 3-0 win over Weston-super-Mare last Saturday.
The 38-year old was ruled out of the Eastleigh game with a groin injury but returned to play a central part in the win, and the former Wimbledon man believes it was important to hit back with a win immediately.
"You've got to be pleased with that after the result the other night so it was good to get back to winning ways straight away," he told The Herts Advertiser.
Hunt's set plays caused panic in the visitors defence and led to two of City's three goals but the veteran midfielder says he was just lucky the moves came good.
"I don't know about causing havoc, I just tried to put it in a good area and look for Ben and anyone else around him. It came off today and we got three."
City travel to Chelmsford on Good Friday for their penultimate away game of the season and Hunt is going there looking for revenge after Chelmsford recorded a 2-1 win at Clarence Park earlier in the season.
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"It'll be a tough game, we want to beat them. We owe them one because probably our worst performance of the season was against them."
The season is drawing to an end and for many players it'll be time for a well earned rest but Hunt is keen to keep on playing.
"I'm not feeling too tired, I'm just enjoying playing football because I had a break before I came to St Albans," he said. "I'm easy, I'd like to carry on but obviously we're not challenging for anything, so hopefully next season we could do a bit better."
Away from football Hunt is a fully qualified Hanna Somatics educator, spending a lot of his time working with horses so did he have any money on 100-1 shot Mon Mome?
"No I never. The Grand National I don't have too big a gamble on that race, it's too much of a lottery.