Bjorn Sigurdarson has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that this season has been weird for him.
The Iceland international appeared to have no future at Molineux, until a recent resurgence has seen him come back into Kenny Jackett’s plans.
Sigurdarson has played in three of Wolves’ matches this year after previously not making an appearance for the club since 2013.
And Sigurdarson said: “It has been quite weird.
“I came here more than three year ago, went away for a while and played for two clubs, and then came back again and think I am doing quite well.
“So it has been a bit weird, but exciting too.”
Prior to this season, Sigurdarson’s time at Wolves appeared to be coming to an end, with his contract set to expire at the end of the current campaign.
Despite being very popular with the supporters, the attacker had been sent out on loan to Molde and FC Copenhagen in the last two seasons.
Jackett was forced to give the 24-year-old another chance, however, after Wolves’ options in attacking areas were limited.
And although Sigurdarson has not scored since breaking back into the team, his performances for the Midlands side have impressed.
Sigurdarson’s next chance to show his quality for Wolves is likely to come at the weekend, when Jackett’s side take on Reading.