"The club say they will be willing to sell me at a reduction of the price they'd have got for me in January," he stated.
"I have no idea what that reduction will be and if a club will come up with the money. All I can do is concentrate on getting fit and see what happens."
Wolves are once again said to be interested in securing Hunt's services, along with Newcastle and West Brom, who will both be returning to the top flight next season.
Hull's precarious financial position means that they will almost certainly have to offload their top earners with the likes of Hunt, Jimmy Bullard, captain George Boateng, Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink and Giovanni among those most likely to leave.
The club had to issue a statement at the end of April saying there were "no plans... to enter into any form of insolvency process", after rumours it could be forced into administration.
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