Hunt was on the books of Leeds from the summer of 2013 until January 2015 and struggled with injuries.
The Irish striker failed to score a single goal for the West Yorkshire outfit in 19 Championship appearances during the 2013-14 season.
The 33-year-old created 13 chances, had a pass accuracy of 63% and a shot accuracy of 30%, and won 58 headers, three dribbles and 11 tackles.
Hunt struggled to break into the Leeds team last season, making just one appearance in the league before joining Ipswich Town on loan and then made the move permanent.
The former Dundee United and Reading striker is now on the books of League One side Southend.
During an interesting exchange of messages with a Leeds fans on Twitter, the striker made it clear that he does not look back on his spell at Elland Road with bitterness.
I did, Went to a great club called Ipswich Town where we finished in the playoffs do you remember what they are!!? https://t.co/zmX7kY5gHf— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) January 20, 2016
Ha ha ha I do yes, how did that end up and where are you now? https://t.co/M5ngxnOYq8— Lee Wood (@_Lee_Wood_) January 20, 2016
2 years of injuries didnt really help but you know you can't keep playing for ever! Well you wouldn't know! https://t.co/JUEEZNnuKr— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) January 20, 2016
Exactly!! I don't/won't ever Slag of a club I have played for,I relish & thank God 4 every opportunity iv been given https://t.co/wNt1ArGnxP— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) January 20, 2016