Salisbury City remain firmly in the hunt for a play-off place in their second crack at life in the Conference, writes Mike Simmonds.
Luton Town defender Danny Fitzsimons has stepped up his return from a long-term knee injury, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters first team coach Hakan Hayrettin has urged winger David Martin to fight for his place at Kenilworth Road, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters boss John Still is determined that his side won’t falter in their quest for the Skrill Premier title this season, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters defender Fraser Franks knows all about Town’s Saturday opponents Salisbury City, writes Mike Simmonds.
Town striker Mark Cullen is prepared to bide his time on the sidelines at Kenilworth Road, writes Mike Simmonds.
Influential midfielder Luke Guttridge will definitely miss Hatters’ Skrill Premier trip to Salisbury City on Saturday, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters defender Fraser Franks admitted it was a huge honour being named captain of England C in Jordan on Tuesday.
Luton Town youngsters Ian Rees and Zane Banton have joined Skrill South side Concord Rangers on loan, writes Mike Simmonds.
Town’s on-loan Norwich City midfielder Cameron McGeehan played an hour in Northern Ireland U21s’ 2-0 defeat against Italy in their UEFA U21 Championship clash today, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters defender Brett Longden has moved to Skrill South side Maidenhead United on loan.
Town defender Scott Griffiths was refusing to get carried away despite Hatters continuing their sensational form at the weekend, writes Mike Simmonds.
Town skipper Ronnie Henry believes his side can easily cope with the pressures of League Two should they win promotion this season, writes Mike Simmonds.
Injured Hatters midfielder Jonathan Smith has paid tribute to Town’s fans for their ‘amazing’ support, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters have confirmed that midfielder Solomon Taiwo has extended his loan at Skrill Premier side Aldershot for another month.
Hatters duo Fraser Franks and Andre Gray have both been selected to start for England C in their friendly clash against Jordan U23s this afternoon.
Things are going unbelievably well at the moment for Luton Town, aren’t they?, writes Steve Sims.
Hatters defender Scott Griffiths felt his side did well to keep their patience during Saturday’s 3-0 triumph over Alfreton Town, writes Mike Simmonds.
Alfreton boss Nicky Law felt his side paid the price for their mistakes against Luton Town on Saturday, writes Mike Simmonds.
Mark Tyler: 7 – Concentration key for a keeper and he made sure he stayed alert to make two decent second half stops.
Hatters midfielder Solomon Taiwo couldn’t prevent Aldershot Town from dropping into the bottom four of the Skrill Premier with a 3-2 home defeat against Lincoln City on Saturday, writes Mike Simmonds.
Town boss John Still wasn’t sure how bad midfielder Luke Guttridge’s injury was after he had to be stretchered off against Alfreton Town yesterday, writes Mike Simmonds.
Town boss John Still admitted he gained more satisfaction from yesterday’s 3-0 Skrill Premier win over Alfreton than he had after Luton’s 5-0 demolition of Wrexham in midweek, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters ground out their 13th successive Skrill Premier home win with a battling 3-0 victory over play-off chasing Alfreton Town this afternoon, writes Mike Simmonds.
Ex-Hatters striker Jason Walker has joined Skrill Premier rivals Southport on a month’s loan from Forest Green Rovers.
Former Hatters starlet Kevin Foley has signed for Championship Blackpool on an emergency one-month loan deal from Wolves.
There have been worse weeks in the history of Luton Town FC and whilst caution was the watchword last week I think it is fair to say that the Conference title is now the Hatters’ to lose after back-to-back 5-0 successes, writes Charlie McCann.
Hatters manager John Still isn’t expecting Alfreton to be on a revenge mission when they visit Kenilworth Road this afternoon, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters captain Ronnie Henry believes Town need to be at their best to continue their magnificent run against Alfreton Town tomorrow, writes Mike Simmonds.
Surprise package doesn’t even come close when describing Alfreton Town’s efforts in the Skrill Premier this season, writes Mike Simmonds.
Enjoy the experience is Jake Howells’ advice to fellow youngster Cameron McGeehan before he heads for international duty with Northern Ireland U21s next week, writes Mark Wood.
Luton have been given 2,000 tickets for their all-ticket match at Salisbury City on Saturday week.
Hatters boss John Still believes the club has already been reinvented during his tenure, writes Mike Simmonds.
Cambridge United boss Richard Money has conceded Hatters will run away with the Skrill Premier title this season due the club’s supposed financial clout, writes Mike Simmonds.
The Oak Road end is set to be made available to both Luton Town and away supporters until the end of the season after the Hatters gained permission from the Safety Advisory Group and Bedfordshire Police this week, writes Mark Wood.
Burgeoning Hatters youngster Cameron McGeehan has been thrilled by his second call-up to Northern Ireland’s U21 team to face their Italian counterparts, writes Mark Wood.
Wrexham caretaker manager Billy Barr has labelled Hatters as the best side he has seen in the Conference, writes Mike Simmonds.
Luton Town youth team striker Jemale McKenzie-Lowe has joined Charlie Smith on work experience at Calor Southern League Premier Division team Hitchin Town.
There is no danger of Hatters’ players getting complacent with the Skrill Premier title now in their sights according to skipper Ronnie Henry, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters boss John Still praised the whole club after he and Andre Gray walked off with the Skrill Premier monthly awards for February, writes Mike Simmonds.
Hatters boss John Still has pinpointed the threat of Alfreton striker John Akinde ahead of this weekend’s Skrill Premier clash, writes Mike Simmonds.
Title-hopefuls Luton are taking nothing for granted until they have mathematically secured the title, writes Mark Wood.
Watertight Hatters are closing in on yet another record after they kept their 17th clean sheet of the campaign in Tuesday night’s 5-0 demolition of Wrexham, writes Mark Wood.
Confident Town youngster Jake Howells is targeting double figures for the season after burying the Hatters’ penalty hoodoo by netting his fifth spot-kick of the season in Tuesday’s 5-0 thumping of Wrexham, writes Mark Wood.
Luton Town are going to take some stopping in their quest for the Skrill Premier title this season according to striker Paul Benson, writes Mike Simmonds.
Flying Hatters are in the best form boss John Still has ever known any of his teams to be in after they romped to a 5-0 victory over Wrexham on Tuesday night, writes Mark Wood.
Goals of the highest quality were once again on display as Town’s ‘tempo’ proved just too much for demoralised Wrexham at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night, writes Mark Wood.
Focused Hatters chief John Still revealed he didn’t think his side “played very well first half” as they surged into a 4-0 lead against Wrexham on Tuesday night, writes Mark Wood.
Town boss John Still has been named Skrill Premier manager of the month for February, with striker Andre Gray picking up player of the month.
Hatters first team coach Hakan Hayrettin felt his side were deserved winners in their development clash against League One Gillingham this afternoon, writes Mike Simmonds.