The 33-year-old striker did not have a great time at Leeds United.
Hunt was on the books of West Yorkshire outfit Leeds from the summer of 2013 until January 2015.
During his time at Elland Road, the 33-year-old striker had a loan spell at Ipswich Town.
Hunt’s time at Leeds was a failure, and he has admitted on Twitter that he is disappointed with his spell at the former Premier League club.
The former Reading and Southend United striker, though, has hit back at a Leeds fans for suggesting that he could not handle a big club.
Below is the conversation between the Leeds supporter and Hunt on social networking site Twitter:
If only you people knew half the story!! Your still led like sheep after all this time!! https://t.co/tTFXlY1358— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) June 30, 2016
never ever bothered me! It had nothing to do with me there for wasn't important! I just don't think I suited the style of football played if— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) July 1, 2016
I'm Being honest!, I'm not saying I was better our worse than the team but my record in the champ stands for its self! It just didn't work!— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) July 1, 2016
Did it help people of a higher power meddling with things no! Did it help lies about me and my wages were talked about No, did it help when— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) July 1, 2016
On many occasions me and my wife while in restaurants or walking through town were abused both verbally and physically (Tried) absoulty not.— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) July 1, 2016
No pal only had it in Leeds unfortunately! Nothing but fond memories for the mighty RFC and ITFC https://t.co/ghABwnu0Ki— Noel Hunt (@boyhunt) July 1, 2016
@boyhunt I'm sure there was no one more disappointed than yourself that it didn't work out for Leeds?— Kieran Clarke (@kieranlclarke) July 1, 2016
Hunt is without a club at the moment, having been released by League One outfit Southend at the end of the 2015-16 season.
Meanwhile, Leeds have started preparation for the 2016-17 Championship campaign. Under new head coach Garry Monk, the Whites have already started pre-season training.