Defender James Justin celebrates a goal during his time with the Hatters

IN PICTURES: Take a look back at James Justin's Luton Town career

Luton sold defender James Justin to Leicester City for a club record fee last week.

The academy graduate, who joined Town in 2005 as a seven-year-old, winning the Aarau Masters as an U11 and the EFL Youth Alliance Cup at U18s, played for his hometown club a total of 114 times, scoring six goals.

Huge disappointment for Justin and his Luton team-mates as they are beaten 6-5 on aggregate in the League One play-off semi-finals.

5. May 14, 2017: Blackpool 3 Luton 2

Huge disappointment for Justin and his Luton team-mates as they are beaten 6-5 on aggregate in the League One play-off semi-finals.
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Starting at left back once more, Justin had his first home goal for the Town, as he netted late on during the Hatters' 7-1 thumping of near neighbours Stevenage.

6. Oct 14, 2017: Luton 7 Stevenage 1

Starting at left back once more, Justin had his first home goal for the Town, as he netted late on during the Hatters' 7-1 thumping of near neighbours Stevenage.
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Justin clocked up his 50th appearance for the Hatters are coming off the bench for Olly Lee on 63 minutes once Jack Stacey was sent off. Goals from Alan Sheehan and Danny Hylton sealed a 2-0 win.

7. Dec 16, 2017: Forest Green 0 Luton 2

Justin clocked up his 50th appearance for the Hatters are coming off the bench for Olly Lee on 63 minutes once Jack Stacey was sent off. Goals from Alan Sheehan and Danny Hylton sealed a 2-0 win.
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Although an unused sub, Justin could join in the celebrations after securing a first promotion of his career as Olly Lee's goal ensured the Hatters were up.

8. Apr 21, 2018: Carlisle 1 Luton 1

Although an unused sub, Justin could join in the celebrations after securing a first promotion of his career as Olly Lee's goal ensured the Hatters were up.
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