IN PICTURES: Luton Town stars who have reached the Premier League

Defender Jack Stacey became the latest former Hatter to make his Premier League debut when he played for Bournemouth in their 3-1 win over Everton on Sunday.

Thursday, 19th September 2019, 9:50 am
Jack Stacey has now played in the Premier League for Bournemouth
Jack Stacey has now played in the Premier League for Bournemouth

The full back is one of a growing number of ex-Luton players to reach the top flight after moving on from Kenilworth Road since the league was created in the 1992/93 campaign. The Luton News takes a special look at just who else has made it below.

Quickly snapped up by Everton for 600k after starting his career with Luton. Was with the Toffees when the Premier League was created, making his debut in a 1-1 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday in August 1992.
Left Luton in 1987 when Leicester paid 350k for him. Big money moves to Everton and then Blackburn as his first Premier League appearance was a 3-3 draw at Crystal Palace, Alan Shearer scoring twice.
Came through at Town, with spells at Hull City and Nottingham Forest, before Aston Villa paid 650k for him in November 1991. First Premier League match was a 1-1 draw at Ipswich, Dalian Atkinson scoring.
Left Luton for the second time in August 1992, heading to Chelsea for 300k and scored the Blues' first ever Premier League goal later that month, netting after nine minutes of a 1-1 home draw with Oldham.
After a wonderful career with Luton, he went to Manchester United and then Chelsea in August 1992, starting the same game at home to Oldham that former Hatter Mick Harford scored in.
Attacker left Luton for QPR for 1m in 1989, before heading to Blackburn. Helped Rovers reach the top flight, where his debut came in a 2-0 win at Coventry, replacing Alan Shearer for the final seven minutes.
Came through the ranks at Luton, helping the Hatters win the Littlewoods Cup before moving to Upton Park for 600k in October 1990. Premier League debut came in 2-0 win at Blackburn in September 1993.
Started out with Luton, heading to QPR and Stoke, before Chelsea splashed out 1.5 to take him to Stamford Bridge. Premier League debut came in a 4-1 defeat at Leeds, Rod Wallace netting twice.
Midfielder was snapped up Coventry City for 1.15m in July 1995. Premier League debut for the Sky Blues came in a 3-0 defeat at Newcastle, Rob Lee, Peter Beardsley and Les Ferdinand all scoring.
Striker was one of George Graham's last signings for Arsenal, costing the Gunners 2.5m in January 1995. Premier League debut in the 1-1 draw with Everton, Ian Wright on target.
Rose through the ranks at Luton. going to Derby for 1.25m and then Sheffield Wednesday in July 1995. His top flight debut came in a 1-0 defeat at Liverpool, Stan Collymore scoring.
Made 101 appearances for the Hatters, as QPR shelled out 600k for his services. Premier League bow came in a 3-2 defeat at home to Spurs, beaten by Terry Sheringham twice and Jason Dozzell.
Attacker left for Hillsborough in August 1996, the Owls paying 425,000. Replaced Ritchie Humphreys with 10 minutes to go in a 2-1 win over Aston Villa on August 17, Guy Whittingham getting the winner.
After playing over 200 times for Luton, headed to Wimbledon for 400k in July 1997.Top flight debut was at home to Liverpool as he replaced Dean Holdsworth on the hour, Michael Owen netting a penalty for the Reds.
Signed for 2m by the Gunners after just two appearances for Luton in May 1997. Debut came in a 2-2 draw at Coventry on January 17, 1998 as Patrick Vieira was sent off for the visitors.
Played over 200 times for the Hatters, joining Bradford after a spell with Stoke City. When the Bantams won promotion to the top flight, made his Premier League debut in a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, Dean Saunders scoring.
Long spell at Luton between 1988-1993, he went to Sunderland and then Watford where his first Premier League outing was a 1-0 defeat at West Ham, beaten by Paolo Di Canio just after half time.
Only featured 27 times for Luton before Wimbledon forked out 350,000. His first Premier League appearance was in the 1-0 home win over Sunderland, Carl Cort with the only goal.
Left Luton for 1m near the end of the 1999/00 season and straight in to the Spurs squad for the 3-1 defeat at Manchester United, David Beckham on the scoresheet, as he came on for Steffan Iversen with 20 left.
Flying wing back left Luton for Portsmouth in June 2002. Promoted that season, he played 55 minutes on his Premier League debut, a 2-0 defeat to Birmingham in September 2003, replaced by Jason Roberts.
Headed to Selhurst Park in the summer of 2004 after playing 212 times for the Hatters. Made his debut in the 1-1 draw at Norwich as Andrew Johnson equalised a Darren Huckerby goal.
Brief stint with the Luton academy until he went to Birmingham, signing a pro deal in 1998. Joined Crystal Palace in July 2002 and scored on his top flight debut, a 1-1 draw at Norwich City.
Played over 100 games for Luton, leaving for Wimbledon in July 1999. Went to Ipswich and then Sunderland in June 2005, making his top flight debut in a 3-1 home defeat to Charlton, Darren Bent scoring twice.
Defender was sold for a then club record fee of 3m to West Bromwich Albion. Started the Baggies' 1-1 draw at Sunderland on September 17, 2005, Zoltan Gera rescuing a point in the final minute.
After leaving Luton in July 2004 for Leeds, he then joined Watford in August 2005, and made his top flight debut in a 1-1 home draw against West Ham the following season as a second half sub for Gavin Mahon.
Prolific forward was sold by Town to Derby for 1m in July 2006. The Rams were promoted via the play-offs and and his top flight debut came in a 2-2 draw at Portsmouth in August 2007.
Snapped up by Sunderland for 1.4m in January 2007, the Black Cats were promoted to the top flight at the end of the season. Debut was a 1-0 victory over Spurs in August 2007, Michael Chopra getting the winner.
Centre half headed to the Hawthorns for 2.5m in July 2007 and spent a year in the Championship before the Baggies went up. Premier League debut came at Arsenal, Samir Nasri ensuring the Gunners won 1-0.
Left Town's academy in October 2001 to join Arsenal. Made his Premier League debut in September 2008, coming on for Robin van Persie with the Gunners winning 4-0 at Blackburn, Emmanuel Adebayor netting a hat-trick.
Left Luton for Preston in March 1999, joining Burnley for 100k in August 2007. Clarets went up in the 2008-09 campaign and his Premier League debut lasted 82 minutes, a 2-0 defeat at Stoke in August 2009
Luton-born defender was a real favourite at Kenilworth Road, earning a move to Wolves in August 2007. Promotion to the Premier League followed two years later, as he made his debut in a 2-0 home loss to West Ham.
Signed by the Hatters from Shrewsbury, he quickly moved to Wolves for 675k in January 2008. Top flight debut in the same game as Foley, a 2-0 loss to West Ham, coming on for Nenad Milijas with 10 minutes to go.
Left Luton for Brentford in June 2014 and was then sold on to Burnley in August 2015, helping the Clarets reach the top flight. Made his Premier League debut in a 1-0 home loss to Swansea in August 2016.
Left Luton as a 17-year-old for Fulham in March 2011. Loaned out to Southend before making his top flight debut for the Cottagers in a 3-1 defeat at Cardiff City, substituted for Darren Bent after 76 minutes.
Was in the Luton academy until leaving for Carrow Road in August 2016. Broke into the first team last season and then made his Premier League debut at Anfield this term, the Canaries beaten 4-1 by Liverpool.
Started as a youngster with the Hatters, winning the Aarau Masters in 2009, moving to Norwich in 2014. Like Aarons, his Premier League debut came in the 4-1 defeat at Liverpool on the opening day of this season.
Popular right back headed to the Premier League when Bournemouth signed him in the summer. Made his top flight bow at the weekend as the Cherries saw off Everton 3-1 on home soil.