The 26-year-old started off his Easter Road career in promising fashion as his first dozen appearances saw him rack up a goal every two games.
But he has not scored since sweeping home a spectacular last-minute winner against Partick Thistle at Firhill in early October.
His former Perth employers visit Edinburgh on Saturday and Craig insists he would be happy to end that luckless run as soon as possible.
Craig, who has reverted to his favoured central role since Terry Butcher took over in Leith last month, told HibsTV: "I'm just delighted to be playing. However I'm a bit disappointed that it's been a while since I have scored and it's something I'm looking to put right as soon as I can.
"The main thing though is that the team is doing well and that we are getting results."
Craig signed on a pre-contract agreement 12 months ago but his first six months in the capital have not been easy.
First there was the record 9-0 aggregate defeat to Malmo in the Europa League, then the double derby defeats to administration-hit Hearts.
That miserable turn of events ultimately cost Pat Fenlon - the man who signed Craig - his job but the player insists he has been pleased with his move.
"I'm delighted with my progress since I've come here," said the man who has been wearing the captain's armband while regular skipper James McPake battles a back injury.
"It was well known towards the end of my time in Perth that I was moving to Hibs but I was still delighted with how it finished there.
"However, while it's been tough a times here at Hibs I've loved every minute of it. I look forward to coming into work every day."
The Easter Road side lost for the first time in four matches as they went down 1-0 to Scottish Premiership champions Celtic in Glasgow last Saturday but Craig was not too downbeat after that display.
"We can take a lot of positives from the last three or four games," he said. "Although we lost against Celtic we did the right things. We defended well and were unfortunate not to score in the end. The fact that Celtic were keeping it in the corner going into the last 15 minutes says a lot for us in how we frustrated them.
"We were disappointed not to get the result we were looking for but there are positives for us to take."