STEPHEN HUNT hopes that his injury nightmare is over after the Wolves man made his first appearance in four months for the club.
Hunt, 31, had been sidelined by a hip injury which required surgery but the Waterford man remained focused on winning back his place in the Wolves side and made his comeback on Saturday, as a second-half sub in a 2-1 home defeat against Blackpool.
Wolves boss Dean Saunders said Hunt worked extra-hard in training last week to make sure he was fit for action.
"He can't cruise and take it easy -- five minutes into the training session on Tuesday, he was sprinting the length of the pitch in a counter-attack," added the boss. "I was cringing watching him, thinking 'Steady on, it's your first day back'," said Saunders. "You can't hold him back."
Meanwhile, Wolves have been linked with a move for Swindon striker James Collins.
The 22-year-old Irishman has caught the eye after scoring 13 goals in 30 games for Swindon this season.