Hatters attacker Josh McQuoid has been backed to break his duck in front of goal by manager John Still.
The 25-year-old, who has started Luton’s last six League Two games, is yet to find the target since joining from AFC Bournemouth in the summer.
“He’s very clever with his link up play and in training when work with him, he’s got goals in him.”John Still
Despite his lack of goals, McQuoid has impressed in a more advanced wider position recently and Still is confident it will only be a matter of time before he finds the net.
He said: “Everyone’s weighing in with goals, except with, and I’ll tell him this, Josh McQuoid, who’s playing very well. His game is getting better and better but we need to find some goals from him.
“He’s not played as much football when he came as he wanted, but he’s now coming into life and people are seeing he’s very good when he gets running with the ball.
“He’s very clever with his link up play and in training when work with him, he’s got goals in him.
“It’s working a little bit harder to get him slightly more advanced, particularly when crosses are coming in from the other side, to be able to arrive in that area.
“If he arrives in there, he’s got great feet, can touch balls out of his feet and get shots off.
“People don’t realise how good he is aerially too, he’s very good, so we need to keep working with that.”