The 26-year-old is now just keen to put his injury-hit spell at St James’ Park behind him and get on with the task of rebuilding his career in the Premiership.
"Wolves have given me a second chance to show what I can do and I honestly do think I'm capable of playing at the highest level,” said Cort.
"I'm a confident person and I go out each time believing I'm going to score goals, it was just unfortunate I never had the run of games which allowed me to prove myself at Newcastle and show I could do it at the highest level.
"I know I've had a lot of injuries in the past but I don't really like to look back too much on that.
"Each injury I had at Newcastle was genuine although they did come pretty thick and fast and it did annoy me I had to spend so much time out.
"There have been some comments but they didn't really affect me and it was pleasing Sir Bobby Robson backed me in the media, although I was personally never too upset by it.
"But I'm injury free at the moment and I've been ticking over with Newcastle reserves and training every day.
"Obviously I've not played a Premiership game for a while which means it'll take me time to get back into it, but I don't think it'll be too long."