Don’t be surprised if you are sat at a sporting venue alongside Paul Huntington when he has hung up his boots – he has big plans to travel to major events.
The 31-year-old still hopes to have years left in a PNE shirt, but has world-wide ambitions when he does leave the game – although he is currently doing his PFA coaching badges so he may have to wait a while.
“I love travelling and seeing new places, I want to travel around the world,” said the defender, now in his seventh season at Deepdale.
“There are a few sporting events, like the Superbowl, which I would like to go to. I also fancy Real Madrid v Barcelona, the Milan derby, just events like that.”
At the moment, however, he is content with seeing the Championship grounds as he looks to help PNE further up the Championship table.
He has been in the game long enough to know there are good times and bad times, but admits the injury situation at Deepdale at the moment is one of the worst he has seen.
“Injuries have hampered us,” said the 31-year-old. “We did have it pretty bad last year with defenders missing. Around November time, we had around eight or nine defenders out for the best part of a month and we were on a bad run but once we got people back we had a strong squad.
“It’s a bit of everything at the minute – Josh Earl is out, Sean Maguire, Robbo [Callum Robinson], Josh [Harrop], Billy [Bodin] to name a few.
“Pearo [Ben Pearson] has missed a few games, DJ [Daniel Johnson] has been out, it’s like we get one or two back and then it’s one or two out.
“Brandon Barker came off against Nottingham Forest, so it seems never ending at times, but we have to get on with it and that’s what we have done.
“These things do happen but we seem to have had a difficult run with injuries but so be it. We will get our heads down and hope to continue on our decent run of form of late.”
There is loads more from Hunts in Wednesday’s edition of the matchday programme, plus interviews and features with many more, including, Graham Burke, Billy Bodin, Josh Harrop, Andy Saville and Graeme Atkinson.
The 100-page edition of the official matchday programme is still just £3 and is on sale from Monday from the club’s Sir Tom Finney Stand ticket office and from the sellers inside and outside the ground on matchday, so make sure you pick up your copy.