Town midfielder Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu made his 300th appearance for the Hatters on Saturday when he featured in the 3-2 defeat at West Bromwich Albion.
The former West Ham youngster became only the 23rd player in the club's history to reach the milestone and to find out just who else has done so, see the special picture gallery below.
1. Fred Hawkes - Appearances: 625. Goals: 35.
Signed for his local side Luton Town in 1899 and was a consistent performer in the Southern League up until the outbreak of World War I. Returned after the conflict to make another 14 appearances during the 1919–20 season.
2. Bob Morton - Appearances: 562. Goals: 55.
Spent nearly 20 years with Luton, signing once World War II had ended. Part of the side that won promotion to Division One in 1955 and reached the 1959 FA Cup Final. Left in 1964 to join Bletchley Town as player manager.
3. Ricky Hill - Appearances: 508. Goals: 65.
One of the finest players to ever grace Kenilworth Road, scoring on his debut against Bristol Rovers in 1976. Won promotion to Division One and earned two England caps, while also came back to manage the club in 2000.
4. Brian Stein - Appearances: 496. Goals: 154.
Signed in 1977, he helped the Hatters to the top flight and scored in the 3-2 Littlewoods Cup Final win over Arsenal in 1988. Won an England cap before returning in 1991 and had spells as assistant and caretaker manager.