Brady has endured a frustrating few months having been forced to sit on the sidelines with hernia and groin problems, but returned to the side in last Saturday’s draw with Spurs.
That was only his second league start since early December and the Irish international, who was one of the Tigers’ top performers in the opening weeks of the season, is now keen to recapture his best form to help his side climb the table.
“I felt as though I had an okay start to the season and now I just want to get back and keep on playing,” said Brady.
“It’s been frustrating sitting around, but it was good to be back out there at the weekend. I’m excited to be back because I was fed up of just sitting around.
“I felt alright out there. The groin feels a lot better than it did, although it is still ‘at me’ a little bit but that will go away as the weeks go by.
“It’s felt like problem after problem in the last few months. I had the hernia operation and then fluid started to build up in a different area but hopefully it’s all sorted now.
“Hopefully I can get a few more goals now because it feels like ages since I last scored. But to be honest, I don’t mind who is scoring as long as we’re getting goals.”
Brady feels his return to action has come at an exciting time with some big games coming up, starting with Saturday’s trip to Sunderland.
“It is exciting and it’s going to be a tough few months,” added Brady.
“Everybody seems to be coming into good form, but I’m more than confident that with the squad we have we can put the results together to keep on picking up points.”