Hatters New Town chief Nathan Jones has confirmed that although there will be changes to the coaching staff at Kenilworth Road after his arrival, they won’t be drastic ones.
Both Terry Harris and Hakan Hayrettin left the club last week and Jones, who was appointed as John Still’s successor on Wednesday evening, revealed he will be looking to bring his own people in.
Speaking at his first press conference, he said: “I know what I want and what I need, there’s good staff already here, so I’ll evaluate what we have here,
“I’m sure there’s not drastic change needed as there are good people at the club, good workers at the club, it doesn’t need drastic changes.
“I’ll bring in people I can trust, people I know will improve Luton Town and that’s all.
“We’re reasonably happy with squad we have, and the staff we have, it just needs one or two additions.”