QPR full back Michael Harriman has extended his loan spell at Luton Town for another month.
The 22-year-old joined from the Premier League side in October and has made 10 appearances for Luton so far, only tasting defeat once.
With Curtley Williams suffering a dislocated shoulder and Paul Connolly still returning to full fitness, the deal will see Harriman, a former Ireland U21 international, staying with Hatters until the League Two clash with Shrewsbury on Thursday, January 8.
Town boss John Still told the club’s official website: “Michael has been exceptional since joining us. He has slotted in like he has been with us for years.
“We’d love to keep Michael for longer and we’ll revisit that stage when this month is up.”