Hunt says he is 'feeling good' and that he will have honest talks with the gaffer at the end of the season over his future.
Senior professional Nicky Hunt says his impending future in the game has not been finalised and the 35-year-old remains unsure if this summer will be the one when he retires. Hunt is interested in the coaching side of the profession once he decides to finally hang up his boots.
Hunt is still in talks with David Artell over his future as a player and he hasn’t ruled out extending his successful career by at least another 12 months. Hunt has made 22 appearances for Crewe this season after joining on a free transfer from Notts County last summer.
The former Bolton man has never let us down when called upon.
Following the 3-0 win over his former club at the weekend, Nicky told iFollow the Alex: You do sometimes wonder if it’s time to finish and go into the coaching, but at the minute I’m feeling good and playing quite well.
“It’s pleasing for me to still be playing football which is all I’ve wanted to do since I was a child.
“Who knows what’s happening next year?
“I spent the last 10 years living on the road so I have stability here, it’s 45 minutes down the road and I can see the kids and the missus. It’s perfect, ideal for me at the minute, but where it goes is anyone’s guess.
“There has been initial discussions but it depends what I want to do. Do I want to move into the coaching side, or have another year?”