Former Hatters boss Paul Buckle has been appointed as Cheltenham Town manager on a 12 month rolling contract.
Luton Town striker Ricky Miller has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at Kenilworth Road until 2016.
Hatters winger Luke Rooney is hoping to thrash out a new deal with Town boss John Still in the coming weeks.
Hatters winger Shaun Whalley is determined to finally make a success of his career at Kenilworth Road.
Hatters keeper Mark Tyler wasn’t left too downhearted after his side were beaten 1-0 at fellow promotion chasers Burton Albion on Saturday.
Luton Town fans have been reported to the FA after their behaviour at Burton Albion on Saturday.
A clinical double from striker Charlie Walker saw Luton Town run out 2-0 winners over League One Leyton Orient in their Final Third Development League clash at Kenilworth Road this afternoon.
Hatters keeper Mark Tyler believes he can play on for another four years after reaching a landmark for Luton at the weekend.
Luton Town were beaten for the first time in League Two since early September as they lost 1-0 at Burton Albion on Saturday.
Town midfielder Matt Robinson played 90 minutes as Kidderminster Harriers enjoyed an excellent 2-0 win at Grimsby Town in the Vanarama Conference on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 6.5 - Apart from the goal, had almost nothing to do on his 250th appearance for the club.
Hatters boss John Still felt defender Luke Wilkinson could have easily avoided his late red card against Burton Albion yesterday.
Hatters boss John Still had no complaints after his side saw their 11 game unbeaten run in the league ended by Burton Albion yesterday.
League Two: Burton Albion 1 Luton Town 0
Hatters goalkeeper Mark Tyler will make his 250th appearance for Luton after being named in goal at Burton Albion this afternoon.
Hatters defender Fraser Franks knows how important a stage of the season his side are approaching.
Luton athlete Sabrina Bakare has been named on the British Athletics Futures Programme once more.
Hatters goalkeeper Mark Tyler is expected to make his 250th appearance for the club during the trip to Burton Albion tomorrow.
Burton Albion’s home supporters will get their first view of new manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink when they entertain Luton Town this weekend.
Hatters boss John Still hailed Town’s ‘fantastic’ supporters as almost 2,000 will travel for the club’s first meeting with Burton Albion tomorrow afternoon.
Hatters boss John Still has backed his side to cope with the ‘razzmatazz’ surrounding tomorrow’s game against Burton Albion.
Hatters boss John Still expects the deal to sign former Sunderland U18s captain Lewis Gibbons to be concluded shortly.
Hatters midfielder Alex Lawless faces an anxious wait to see if he has chipped a bone in his foot after being ruled out of Saturday’s trip to Burton Albion
Hatters’ fans have been praised for the atmosphere created, particularly at home games, by Town duo Fraser Franks and Hakan Hayrettin.
Hatters defender Fraser Franks is determined to keep his place after making a return to the side against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
Luton Town U18s suffered a shock FA Youth Cup second round exit as they lost 2-1 at Conference North side Oxford City on Tuesday night.
Luton Town recorded another Final Third Development League victory as they were 4-1 winners at Cambridge United on Tuesday afternoon.
Hatters on-loan defender Michael Harriman hasn’t ruled out a long-term stay at Kenilworth Road this season.
Peterborough United have completed the loan signing of Bradford City striker Aaron McLean until the end of January 2015.
Hatters striker Ricky Miller declared himself on ‘cloud nine’ after netting the winner against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
Luton Town stayed top of the League Two table this evening after Wycombe Wanderers were beaten 3-1 at home by Burton Albion.
Luton Town keeper Mark Tyler received glowing praise after his match-winning late save against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
Hatters match-winner Ricky Miller admitted he needs to work on his celebration after scoring the winner against Tranmere Rovers at the weekend.
Luton Town emerged with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over struggling Tranmere Rovers at the weekend thanks to substitute Ricky Miller’s wonderful strike.
Midfielder Charlie Smith scored the winner for St Albans as they triumphed 1-0 at Basingstoke Town in Conference South on Saturday.
Mark Tyler: 8.5 - Made a couple of comfortable first half saves before pulling off a magnificent injury-time stop to preserve all three points. It was also his quick throw that led to the winning goal.
Hatters boss John Still hopes that awarding youngster Luke Trotman his first professional contract will aid in his rehabilitation.
Hatters first team coach Hakan Hayrettin felt manager John Still’s bold substitutions paid off once more as they defeated Tranmere Rovers 1-0 at Kenilworth Road yesterday.
League Two: Luton Town 1 Tranmere Rovers 0
Luton Town made it through to the second round of the FA Cup beating Newport County 4-2 in a thrilling cup tie at Kenilworth Road last weekend.
Striker Ricky Miller has been backed to become a regular on the scoresheet at Kenilworth Road after netting his first goal during Town’s FA Cup win over Newport County AFC on Saturday.
Hatters boss John Still hinted he might stick with his 3-5-2 formation for the visit of Tranmere Rovers this afternoon.
Luton Town boss John Still expects tomorrow’s opponents Tranmere to be a different proposition after appointing Micky Adams as manager.
Tranmere Rovers are starting to show their first shoots of recovery under the experienced leadership of Micky Adams.
Young Hatters midfielder Charlie Smith has joined Conference South side St Albans City on loan for a month.
Hatters full back Michael Harriman has urged his side to reclaim top spot when Tranmere Rovers visit Kenilworth Road tomorrow.
Hatters boss John Still confirmed that midfielder Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu will be available for selection against Tranmere Rovers this weekend.
Hatters striker Paul Benson is hoping to start making a serious contribution to the team after finally ending his goalscoring drought at the weekend.
Hatters boss John Still wasn’t fussed by drawing fellow League Two promotion hopefuls Bury in the FA Cup second round draw.
Hatters boss John Still will begin talks with Luke Rooney over a new contract at Kenilworth Road.