Stephen hunt has said that he is looking forward to rediscover his form of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Hunt, who has made eight appearances since returning from a long-standing foot injury, has only mustered one goal in Wolves' 3-2 win over Sunderland.

And the 29-year-old is desperate to prove his worth to the Wanderers faithful, starting with Sunday's derby clash with Birmingham City.

He told the Sunday Mirror: "You could say it's time to deliver, I suppose. When I start playing well I will let you know.

"I will know when I am playing well. I won't be singing my own praises, but I'll know at the back of my head when I go home and enjoy fish and chips which I have on a Saturday or Sunday night as a treat just to take my mind off it."

"I know I'm not playing as well as Michael Ballack or Cesc Fabregas, but I'm getting there!"