ADAM HAMMILL fired home a spectacular last-gasp equaliser to earn a point against Birmingham and smiled: “That’s to say thanks for all the support I’ve had at Huddersfield Town.”
The 24-year-old winger will report back to Wolves today unsure of where his footballing future lies until he has spoken to new Molineux manager Dean Saunders.
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Hammill could yet return to Town – who remain 17th and are without a win in 11 Championship games following Saturday’s 1-1 draw – after scoring two goals in 16 appearances during an eventful loan spell.
After the 1-0 win at Birmingham in October, he was at the centre of an incident in his home city of Liverpool which led to 12 weeks’ imprisonment suspended for 12 months after he pleaded guilty to a drunken assault on two female paramedics.
“It’s been a massive learning curve for me, I’m genuinely sorry for what I did, and I’d like to say thank you to Huddersfield Town and their supporters for the backing they’ve given me,” he said.
“I think most people who know me would say I’m not a bad lad, but I did make a huge mistake, and I feel like I’ve been given a second chance.
“I want to take that second chance, and if I was to come back here, I’d be more than happy.
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“But the ball is not really in my court. I am a Wolves player, I am under contract until the end of next season, and I haven’t yet had chance to speak to the new manager.”
Of the strike which came three minutes into time added on, Hammill, who came on as a 57th-minute substitute, said: “I was delighted to show what I’m capable of. We dug deep and deserved the point.”