Defender James Justin celebrates a goal during his time with the Hatters
The academy graduate, who joined Town in 2005 as a seven-year-old, winning the Aarau Masters as an U11 and the EFL Youth Alliance Cup at U18s, played for his hometown club a total of 114 times, scoring six goals.
The Luton News back takes a special look at back at his career with the Hatters in pictures.
Aged 18, Justin came on for his Luton debut, replacing Stephen O'Donnell for the final seven minutes against Exeter City, as Town triumphed 4-1.
Former manager Nathan Jones handed Justin his full Town debut as left back in the televised Carling Cup clash against then Championship side Aston Villa. The teenager starred in the 3-1 victory, named MOM.
After impressing against Villa, Justin was then handed his first league start for the Hatters as a double by Cameron McGeehan and Jack Marriott's goal led them to victory against Doncaster.
With 28 minutes gone, Justin opened his account for the Hatters on his 37th appearance. Taking Ollie Palmer's pass, he burst away and found the bottom corner in what was a 4-1 win.
Huge disappointment for Justin and his Luton team-mates as they are beaten 6-5 on aggregate in the League One play-off semi-finals.
Starting at left back once more, Justin had his first home goal for the Town, as he netted late on during the Hatters' 7-1 thumping of near neighbours Stevenage.
Justin clocked up his 50th appearance for the Hatters are coming off the bench for Olly Lee on 63 minutes once Jack Stacey was sent off. Goals from Alan Sheehan and Danny Hylton sealed a 2-0 win.
Although an unused sub, Justin could join in the celebrations after securing a first promotion of his career as Olly Lee's goal ensured the Hatters were up.
Luton celebrate promotion in front of their own fans as already promoted, they saw off Forest Green Rovers 3-1, Danny Hylton, Olly Lee Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu on target.
After watching on from the crowd as Town went up from the Conference a few years earlier, Justin could finally take centre stage for the civic reception following promotion to League One.
The defender proved he had an eye for goal, as replacing Elliot Lee, and moving in midfield, he was in the perfect position to finish off Jack Stacey's cross with five minutes to go.
A big game in Justin's season as having played second fiddle to Dan Potts, an injury to Town's left back led to the defender coming on and not losing his place due to some superb performances.
The Hatters turned on the style as they hammered Plymouth at Kenilworth Road, Justin scoring the third and celebrating in style with Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu and Harry Cornick.
Justin's last strike in a Luton shirt and his sixth in total came back in November as he scored the opening goal in what was an an annihilation of struggling Bradford City.
An excellent reward for Justin's tremendous displays as the defender was named EFL Young Player of the Month for December.
Justin became the first academy graduate since Jake Howells to reach 100 games for Town during a 3-0 win over Wycombe. James Collins' goal and a late George Moncur double was enough.
Town set a new club record of 20 Football League matches unbeaten, winning 2-1 at Fleetwood. Justin played in every single game, starting 19 of them, as he also scored twice in the amazing run.
Justin's 114th and final appearance in a Town shirt saw the Hatters crowned champions of League One as they beat Oxford 3-1 in front of a packed Kenilworth Road.
For a second season running, the defender could enjoy promotion celebrations on the Kenilworth Road pitch.
James Justin lifts the League One trophy at the Hatters' civic reception held at St George's Square.