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17 January 2015

Two-goal striker delighted with Town display as the Blues move into the automatic places following win at The Den

Noel Hunt praised the character of his Town teammates, as the Blues came away from the Den with all three points and moved into the automatic places.

The striker, starting in place of the injured David McGoldrick netted a first-half brace, with Jonathan Parr adding a third after Magaye Geuye had pulled a goal back for the Lions.

“We’ve shown a lot of character to come to a place like Millwall and put in a performance like we have done today,” the former Leeds man told the Club website.

“It was a good statement and an excellent win. On a personal level, I’m delighted to get a couple of goals and help towards a huge win.

“Obviously with Didzy being out, I knew I had a good chance of playing and I enjoyed it up there with Murph. We’re from the same town in Ireland and I think we link up well.

“But I’m just really enjoying playing with the boys, it’s great.

“On a Friday we play a game of ‘young v old’ in training and the boys were giving me and Stephen a bit of stick because he set me up a lot but it’s worked today and we’re all delighted.

“It’s a massive win for us and we will look ahead to a game against Brighton on Wednesday, which will be tough as well.”

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