Jones will look to strengthen his defence following Norrington-Davies' exit
Town chief looking for a quality addition
Luton boss Nathan Jones has hinted he will look to bring in another left back after Rhys Norrington-Davies left the club on Monday morning.
The 21-year-old Wales international returned to his parent club Sheffield United, before sealing another move away from Bramall Lane, heading to Town’s Championship rivals Stoke City just a few hours later.
That leaves Town with just Dan Potts as their main full back, with Brendan Galloway in need of a loan move to gain some much-needed match fitness, with Peter Kioso an option as well following his recall from Bolton Wanderers.
Speaking after last night’s 2-0 defeat to QPR, Jones said: “We’re going to need to probably strengthen in certain areas because of the events of yesterday, so if there's something to do we will.
“If not, then there's no point in wasting money, or bringing in numbers as we don’t need numbers.
“We have to make sure that we have a real level of quality and if there is something that improves us then we’ll go for it."