Luton boss confident Town can 'push boundaries' if they get their summer recruitment right
Hatters chief looking to use the market wisely
Town chief Nathan Jones believes the Hatters have a real chance of ‘doing something’ next season if they can get their recruitment right in the upcoming transfer window.
Following on from this weekend’s last game of the season at QPR, Luton will finalise their decisions over which members of their squad they will attempt to keep with the offer of new contracts and who they will release.
Some established first teamers like James Collins, Sonny Bradley, Matty Pearson and Dan Potts are believed to be coming to the end of their deals, meaning their could be a mini overhaul of the squad at Kenilworth Road if Jones wants to bring new blood in.
Speaking about his summer business, the manager said: “It will be depending on what people want to do.
“If we want to go on again and if we recruit and sign better to improve the whole squad, then we can push boundaries and we can have an opportunity.
“If people want to move on, and people move on for different reasons, but the important thing for me, it’s if I was a young player, where am I going to end up when I’m 35, and what’s the best pathway to get me to that level?
“If the best pathway is moving elsewhere to a side then fine, but for me, I’m a big believer in what we do here.
“We think that if we do keep everyone and add quality, then we’ve got a real chance of doing something.”