Hunt helped Sheffield Wednesday to a 2-1 win against Brentford on Tuesday.
Sheffield Wednesday supporters may have spent the summer craving new signings, but it is the Owls' old guard which is arguably impressing the most this season.
Barry Bannan, Gary Hooper and Steven Fletcher are among those to have started the new campaign strongly, with Kieran Lee joining in the fun on his return from injury this week.
But it is another player, currently in his third season at Wednesday, drawing much of the plaudits after Tuesday's 2-1 win against Brentford at Hillsborough.
Jack Hunt was man of the match as the Owls saw off Nottingham Forest on Saturday, and backed up that display with another of the highest quality three days later.
The right-back allowed precious little down his side of the pitch, and continued to link up well with Ross Wallace going forward - despite suffering an early injury scare.
Here's what the Wednesdayites are saying:
Some players stood up last night & drove the team. Bannan as per but for me @Hunty32 was MOM, Probably our most consistent performer so far— Shane (@shaneowls88) 13 September 2017
@Hunty32 class again tonight. MoTM again for me. Lee and Bannan also different gravy.— LGH (@Hagarr94) 12 September 2017
Jack Hunt is a gift sent from god.— Edders (@eddersswfc_17) 12 September 2017
Jack Hunt was immense again. van Aken did well but needs to stop diving in early. Kieran Lee exhausted first half, then sprightly second— Lee Hicklin (@KivoLee) 12 September 2017
Jack Hunt now one of our most important players, turned things around massively since start of last season #swfc— Simon Morris (@BigAl_simon) 12 September 2017
Wednesday fell behind early on to a Nico Yennaris shot which was fumbled over the line by Keiren Westwood, but equalised - perhaps undeservedly - on the stroke of half-time through Hooper.
And Carlos Carvalhal's side sealed the points when Ross Wallace prodded home Jordan Rhodes' headed cut-back midway through the second half.
Wednesday fans - what did you make of Jack Hunt's performance?