Hatters Rated: Luton Town's top performers in August

Luton Town completed a highly promising first month in the Championship by finishing August with back-to-back league victories.

Monday, 9th September 2019, 11:22 am
Luton celebrate opening Jacob Butterfield's goal in their opening win at Barnsley

The Hatters sit 15th the table after two wins, one draw and three defeats from the opening six matches. The Luton News has rated Town's players after every league encounter and see below to find out who is topping the charts so far.

Has only played once in the league so far, coming in during the second half of Town's 2-1 defeat at Cardiff City. Redeemed himself with an excellent display during the return cup win in Wales.
Made just the one substitute appearance so far for the Hatters, that coming in the final stages of last weekend's 2-1 win over Huddersfield.
Another with just the one appearance from the bench so far, as he came on to shore up Town's back-line in the 3-1 win at Barnsley.
Still waiting for his first league start since arriving on loan from Chelsea, with three substitute appearances so far, his best in the victory over Huddersfield. Caught the eye in the Carabao Cup though.
Long-serving midfielder started Town's first three matches before dropping out. Has come on in every game though, his energetic cameos often catching the eye.
Started the thrilling 3-3 draw against Middlesbrough on the opening night, but has only tasted Championship action once more since, as a second half replacement at former club Barnsley.
Started all of Luton's first three matches in the league, as he looked to nail down the left back position this season. Injury struck to keep him out though, but now back in the match-day squad again.
One of three loan signings on transfer deadline day, injuries to Dan Potts and Martin Cranie has seen the Manchester City youngster begin Town's last two league matches in his favoured right back role.
Experienced defender had a great start to life at Kenilworth Road, netting just the third league goal of his career against former club Middlesbrough. Solid and dependable until being stretchered off at Hillsborough.
Midfielder looked good when coming on against Middlesbrough, starting the next game at Cardiff where he also impressed. Not used in the league since, but played both Carabao Cup matches.
The final member of Town's on-loan duo, Bree's three league starts have all come at left back with Potts injured. Looks a very cool and calm operator despite being naturally right footed.
Began the first three Championship games, as he was developing an exciting understanding with James Collins. Hindered by a slight groin injury, but is now over that and expected to push on.
Signed at the end of pre-season, but not looked back after making an impressive debut in the defeat at Cardiff. Adds plenty of nous to the midfield and off the mark too at former side Barnsley.
Was in and out for the first three league games, but kept his place since being recalled against Sheffield Wednesday. Instrumental during first win at Barnsley, with the winner versus Huddersfield too.
Assured start to the campaign after bringing his magic hat to the Championship, proving a theat from set-pieces with his first goal, netting at Cardiff City. One of a handful not to miss a minute yet.
Began in some style with a stunning first goal for the club, hammering a 25-yard volley into the roof of the net against Middlesbrough. Settled down since, to continue his partnership with Pearson.
Showing he can play at this level, with three goals so far to move to the top of the club's scoring charts. Exceptional work-rate means ensures none of Town's opponents get a moments rest.
Two fine outings from the bench saw Cornick in the starting line-up against West Bromwich Albion and has remained there ever since. Showing his quality at this level with two goals thus far.
Attacker had to be eased back in after missing pre-season, but started the last three league matches and demonstrating his worth to the side with some high class displays as Luton look a potent threat in the Championship.
Record signing has, like the rest of his team-mates, really found his feet in the Championship this term. Shown great character and made some terrific stops as well. Best is yet to come too.
Town's stand-out performer so far, he has proved an excellent addition on a free transfer with a number of top displays in the Hatters' midfield. Yet to miss a single minute either for Graeme Jones' side.