Hatters boss Nathan Jones admitted it wasn’t a surprise that Luton have tightened up at the back since Alan Sheehan joined the club.
A play-off place remains a definite possibility for AFC Wimbledon after firmly putting a sticky run of form behind them recently.
New Hatters first team coach Kevin Nugent has been highly impressed with what he has seen from Luton boss Nathan Jones so far.
Winger Danny Green could be in contention for Luton Town’s League Two trip to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Any additions that Luton make during the loan window will have to be able to come straight into the first team according to boss Nathan Jones.
Long-serving Hatters defender Jake Howells believes that the whole squad are improving under the tutelage of new manager Nathan Jones.
Hatters midfielder Cameron McGeehan believes that the club is on the up once more under new manager Nathan Jones.
Luton Town U18s reached the FA Youth Cup quarter-finals for the first time since 1997 after beating Preston North End 5-3 on penalties at Deepdale on Tuesday evening.
Hatters skipper Scott Cuthbert admits his confidence has been given a real boost since the appointment of new boss Nathan Jones.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan isn’t happy to settle for double figures after reaching the milestone against Wycombe Wanderers at the weekend.
Hatters striker Paul Benson still has a valuable role to play at the club according to Luton boss Nathan Jones.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones was delighted with the impact from his ‘game-changers’ during the 1-0 win at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
Luton Town picked up their seventh away win of the season by beating Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones hailed Luton’s outstanding support during their 1-0 win at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Confident display as he commanded his area well, came out for crosses, with his handling secure throughout. Distribution was better as well, so a real shot in the arm for the keeper.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones praised his side’s ‘relentless’ display during their 1-0 win at Wycombe Wanderers yesterday.
League Two: Wycombe Wanderers 0 Luton Town 1
The Hatters’ wait for their first home win under Nathan Jones continues after a late “worldie” from Alan Sheehan goal gave Town a point from a 1-1 draw against Yeovil earlier in the week.
Town boss Nathan Jones doesn’t buy into the notion that the pressure will be off his side playing away from the confines of Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Hatters defender Jake Howells hopes his side can continue their impressive away form at Wycombe Wanderers this afternoon.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones is fully aware his side need to become more potent if they are to turn performances into points this season.
Wycombe Wanderers’ goalkeeping situation dominated their 1-0 win at Plymouth Argyle last weekend.
Hatters Youth Academy and Development manager Andy Awford has praised the efforts of Supporters of Luton Youth Development (SoLYD) after the club’s U18s reached the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup last week.
New Hatters loan signing Joe Pigott admitted the chance to play for Luton boss Nathan Jones once more was just too good to turn down.
Hatters midfielder Nathan Doyle faces six weeks on the sidelines after undergoing a minor operation on his knee this week.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has told his players in no uncertain terms they will need to shape up or ship out if they want to have a future at Kenilworth Road.
A modest Hatters defender Alan Sheehan was quick to play down his stunning strike against Yeovil Town on Tuesday night that salvaged Luton a welcome point.
Hatters full back Jake Howells is fully aware he is fighting for his Kenilworth Road future for the first time in his career this season.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt his side took another step forward despite failing to win at Kenilworth Road once more during a 1-1 draw with Yeovil Town on Tuesday night.
Elliot Justham: 5.5 - Nervy evening for the keeper whose handling and distribution were called into question throughout. Sarcastic cheers won’t do much for his confidence though.
Although he would be gutted to see Mark Tyler leave Kenilworth Road, Hatters team-mate Jake Howells could understand if the eventual lure of a return to Peterborough United would be too tough for the keeper to turn down.
Luton boss Nathan Jones has denied there was any official approach for keeper Mark Tyler from former club Peterborough United on transfer deadline day.
League Two: Luton Town 1 Yeovil Town 1
Luton Town striker Joe Pigott believes that it’s only a matter of time before his side end their goal drought at Kenilworth Road.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones insists progress is being made already by his side as they host Yeovil Town this evening.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones has warned his players not to take Yeovil Town lightly this evening despite their lowly league position.
Luton Town have confirmed that Andy Parry has left the club after agreeding to cancel his contract by mutual consent.
Luton Town have offered scholarship terms with the club’s youth team for next season to eight of their U16 schoolboys.
Hatters midfielder Nathan Doyle is set to visit a specialist today in a bid to get to the bottom of his knee problem.
Luton Town boss Nathan Jones has revealed that an approach has been made for an assistant manager to join his coaching staff at Kenilworth Road.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones doesn’t envisage there being much activity either in or out at Kenilworth Road during transfer deadline day.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones felt his side paid the price for some slack defending during their 2-0 defeat to Notts County at the weekend.
Elliot Justham: 6.5 - Top stop from Stead in the first half but hesitancy in coming off his line proved crucial in Magpies’ killer second. Distribution occasionally was lacking as well.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones rued his side’s lack of a clinical edge during their 2-0 defeat to Notts County yesterday afternoon.
League Two: Luton Town 0 Notts County 2
Luton Town defender Scott Griffiths has joined National League side Woking on a month’s loan.
After an excellent win at Mansfield, Luton boss Nathan Jones must be targeting a minimum of four points from the two home games the Hatters’ have in the next week starting with the visit of Notts County at the weekend.
Hatters winger Paddy McCourt has been left mightily impressed with the way new Luton boss Nathan Jones has taken to management at Kenilworth Road.
New Luton signing Alan Sheehan believes his side are still capable of reaching the League Two play-offs this season.
Luton Town boss Nathan Jones has told his players to start to enjoy playing at Kenilworth Road once more.