Sheffield Wednesday failed to score against Bolton Wanderers in a 0-0 draw yesterday evening.
The defender tweeted that he felt that Wednesday had deserved to win the match, after having the bulk of the chances, which was the generally the sentiment of supporters of the Yorkshire club after the contest.
Wednesday arguably had the clearer-cut of the opportunities in the contest, but they were unable to take them and Hunt was left to rue their lack of cutting edge.
Good to be back on the pitch last night. On chances we I thought we deserved to win the game. Great traveling support as always #swfc— Jack Hunt (@Hunty32) September 16, 2015
Wednesday's goalscoring problems plagued them last season, and it does not appear that they have fully resolved their worries in-front of goal.
The Owls have scored seven goals in their first seven matches of the new season and they don't seem to have found the goalscoring striker who they were missing so badly in the previous term.
The likes of Caolan Lavery, Lucas Joao, Fernando Foriestieri and Atdhe Nuhiu can all play up-front for Wednesday, but none have found their shooting boots just yet.
As a result the Owls have found wins hard to come by - but they will be hoping to show that they do have a clinical edge to their game in their next match, which comes against Fulham.