Mike Williamson has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that he cannot wait for this season to end.
Williamson moved to Wolves from Newcastle United on a permanent transfer in January, but injury has ruined his chances.
The 32-year-old defender has not played for Wolves since signing at Molineux, after damaging his hamstring soon after signing a contract.
And the experienced centre-back admits that he has found his time sitting on the sidelines very frustrating.
“I can’t over-emphasize how frustrated I have been,” Williamson said.
“To all intents and purposes I just want the season finished as quickly as possible because it has been such a disappointing one for me.
“November was the highlight without a shadow of a doubt, coming here and playing and enjoying my football, and that was the main reason I wanted to come back.
“Since I have come back it has been frustrating and I just have to look forward now.
“I have got a good period of time to get myself fit through the summer.
“I have been in working extremely hard every day and am looking forward to pre-season and making sure that I am 100 per cent.”
Williamson has seemingly been on the verge of a comeback for some time, but a number of setbacks have left him out for longer than first expected.
Williamson has had to watch on as Wolves have stumbled towards a mid table finish in the Championship this season.
Kenny Jackett’s side were expected to be amongst the favourites for promotion, but they have failed to ever truly challenge the top six.
Wolves are currently in 14th place in the Championship table, with their final fixture coming against Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.