Cambridge United boss Richard Money believes Luton Town can finish in the top three of League Two next season.
After the U’s beat Gateshead 2-1 at Wembley to end a nine-year exile from the Football League to join the Hatters in League Two, Money, who managed Town between 2009-2011, said: “When I took the Luton job I always felt that if you can get them up, you could go through the leagues very quickly and I think they will.
“But getting over the first hurdle is incredibly difficult.
“I think we need to consolidate. It means a lot that we are a Football League club.
“Let’s try and hang on to Luton’s coat tails as well as we have this year.
“I’m not a big betting man but I’d have a big bet on Luton finishing in the top three next season.
“For us, it’s about making sure we comfortably remain a Football League club and let’s see what happens after that.”
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