LUFC Hunt ready to work hard to find form
Leeds United striker Noel Hunt says he is ready to work hard to find his form after a disappointing start to his Elland Road career.
The 30-year-old joined Leeds on a two-year deal in the summer following his release from Reading, where he spent four years playing for current Leeds boss Brian McDermott.
Hunt has made four appearances so far for Leeds, he is yet to complete 90 minutes, and the Republic of Ireland international is the first to admit, he hasn`t been at his best since his arrival.
Speaking on the official website , Hunt said, "I want things to be right on the day but it hasn`t been, I`ll be the first to admit that. All I can do is work hard and make sure that I get it right for the future."
Hunt will be desperate to do well when he returns to Reading next Wednesday for the first time since leaving the Berkshire club.
The striker spent five-years at the Madejski Stadium, helping the side win promotion to the Premier League on two occasions.
He made 162 appearances, scoring 39 goals, he earned a good reputation for his hard working displays, and he became a firm favourite with the Reading fans.
Leeds fans will be hoping he can find his form at Elland Road.
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