Speaking ahead of Saturday's clash against the Canaries, Hatters boss Nathan Jones singled out versatile midfielder Jordan Clarke for praise, following a fine start to his Luton career.
Jones claimed: "There’s nothing he can’t do. I think he's a real good central midfield player, he doesn’t but I do, so he could end up there.
“His mobility, his understanding, his intelligence is of a very, very high level, it’s baffling to me how the boy has never played higher than League One before in his career because for me he's been a revelation.“The thing about it, is the humility, the energy, the work-rate, the understanding he shows on a daily basis, it far exceeds, without being disrespectful, the career he's had.”Clarke, who began his career with Barnsley, was snapped up by the Hatters back in August, after he was released by Accrington Stanley.Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Luton Town and the rest of the Championship, as they gear up for the remaining midweek action:
1. Sky Blues close in on Ricoh return
Coventry City are close to receiving the green light to return to the Ricoh Arena next season, with a deal with current owners Wasps said to be on the verge of completion. The Sky Blues have ground-shared with Birmingham City since 2019. (BBC Sport)
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2. Warnock lands new Boro deal
Middlesbrough boss Neil Warnock has extended his contract with the club until the end of the 2021/22 season. His side are currently ninth in the table, but just five points off the play-off places in the tightly-packed top-half of the division. (Club website)
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3. McEachran reveals Blues exit was a shock
MK Dons new boy Josh McEachran has described his departure from Birmingham City earlier in the season as a shock, but insisted he's delighted to have joined MK Dons, largely due to their determination to play attractive football. (Birmingham Mail)
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4. Hatters dealt double injury blow
Luton Town boss Nathan Jones has revealed he could be without key defensive duo Sonny Bradley and Tom Lockyer until after the upcoming international break. The former has a thigh injury, while the latter has an ankle problem. (Luton Today)
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