Midfielder Luke Guttridge believes playing one of the sides in and around the promotion hunt could be beneficial to the Hatters.
Town boss John Still is preparing himself for a ‘dangerous’ time of the season, with just 13 games remaining.
Hatters boss John Still will give keeper Mark Tyler a late fitness check ahead of Town’s trip to Bury tomorrow evening.
Hatters striker Jayden Stockley was left wondering whether Luton are ever going to be awarded a penalty during his time at the club.
Hatters midfielder Jim Stevenson played 90 minutes as Aldershot Town drew 1-1 with Dartford in the Vanarama Conference on Saturday.
Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Absolutely crucial save with the scores at 0-0 as he narrowed the angle brilliantly. Bit of work needed on his kicking, but proving a more than able deputy for Tyler.
Hatters boss John Still praised striker Mark Cullen’s commitment to the cause after his return to the first team yesterday.
League Two: Luton Town 2 Accrington Stanley 0
Hatters striker Mark Cullen has spoken for the first time about the speculation surrounding his future at Kenilworth Road.
Luton remain on the cusp of the automatic promotion places in League Two however back-to-back defeats at Mansfield and AFC Wimbledon respectively have dented their claims, with the ‘big three’ hardening as odds-on favourites to go up.
Hatters boss John Still is wary of the threat that unpredictable Accrington Stanley will offer this weekend.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan can’t wait to emerge from the Kenilworth Road tunnel as a Luton Town player once more this weekend.
West Ham striker Elliot Lee believes Luton Town have every chance of winning a second successive promotion after agreeing to join on loan.
The return of Luke Guttridge will be a massive boost for the Hatters in their bid to win a second successive promotion according to goalkeeper Mark Tyler.
Luton Town midfielder Jim Stevenson has extended his loan deal with Vanarama Conference side Aldershot until the end of the season.
Accrington Stanley are currently proving just why they can be considered one of the more dangerous opponents for League Two sides with real ambitions of promotion.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan is targeting a second successive promotion with Luton Town.
Hatters boss John Still hailed his time at Kenilworth Road as ‘unbelievable’ after completing two years in charge of the club on Thursday.
Hatters defender Luke Wilkinson is expected to regain his place in the heart of Town’s back-line against Accrington Stanley this weekend.
Striker Mark Cullen remains a Luton Town player for the time being after boss John Still confirmed the club hadn’t accepted an offer from an un-named team for him.
Hatters defender Alex Lacey is hoping for a strong finish to the season after regaining his place in the first team.
Striker Elliot Lee was quickly sold on a loan move to Luton Town after speaking to some familiar faces at the club.
Keeper Elliot Justham admitted his league debut for the Hatters had been a long time in coming.
Hatters midfielder Cameron McGeehan is hopeful of his turning his loan move at Kenilworth Road into a permament one.
New loan striker Elliot Lee had mixed emotions after scoring with his first touch in a Luton Town shirt at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Striker Paul Benson returned to action as Luton Town won 3-2 at Leyton Orient in their Final Third Development League clash this afternoon.
Luton Town striker Paul Benson will make his return from a broken leg in the Final Third Development League clash at Leyton Orient this afternoon.
Luton Town have handed 11 of their U16s squad full-time scholarships for next season.
Striker Charlie Walker scored on his Boreham Wood debut as they defeated Weston-Super-Mare 4-1 in the Conference South.
Elliot Justham: 7.5 - Hugely impressive Football League debut for the young keeper who made some fine stops and commanded his area well. Can’t have been happy with his defence for a lack of protection though.
Hatters boss John Still was highly critical of his side’s defensive display during their 3-2 defeat at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Hatters boss John Still was left bemused after striker Jayden Stockley was controversially booked for diving in the penalty area during Town’s 3-2 defeat at AFC Wimbledon.
Luton Town suffered late, late heartache as they fell to a 3-2 defeat at AFC Wimbledon this afternoon.
Striker Mark Cullen won’t play for Luton again after requesting to leave the club, according to manager John Still
Hatters boss John Still has challenged the likes of Fraser Franks and Alex Lacey to prove they can be part of his plans to move forward.
Hatters striker Charlie Walker has joined Conference South promotion hopefuls Boreham Wood on loan until the end of the season.
Town defender Alex Lacey is relishing the challenge of coming up against AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa at the weekend.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan is determined to enjoy a winning start in his return to Luton colours at the weekend.
Hatters boss John Still admits Town’s lack of goals away from home this season has been a cause for concern.
Luton Town have completed the signing of West Ham striker Elliot Lee on loan until March 24.
Hatters will once again be without midfield duo Alex Lawless and Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu for Saturday’s trip to AFC Wimbledon.
Hatters boss John Still is expecting to add another striker to his ranks before this weekend’s League Two clash at AFC Wimbledon.
Centre half Alex Lacey was relieved to be handed his first start since October during Tuesday night’s 1-0 defeat at Mansfield.
Mark Tyler: 6 - One let-off when deceived by Thomas’ cross-shot that cannoned against the bar, but apart from the goal, it was a quiet evening.
Town boss John Still was left frustrated after his side blew a great chance to move back into the top three with a 1-0 defeat at Mansfield Town last night.
Hatters keeper Mark Tyler felt a lack of genuine quality cost his side dear during their 1-0 defeat at Mansfield Town last night.
Luton Town’s utterly miserable record at Field Mill continued tonight as they missed the chance to climb back into the Sky Bet League Two top three with a 1-0 defeat against struggling Mansfield.
Luton Town let a two-goal lead slip as they were beaten 3-2 by MK Dons in their Final Third Development League match at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday afternoon.
Town defender Scott Griffiths insists the depth of Town’s squad will shine through in the absence of first-choice centre half pairing Steve McNulty and Luke Wilkinson.
Town boss John Still isn’t anticipating any further moves in the loan market this season.