Attacker Kazenga LuaLua has signed a new contract with Luton.
The 29-year-old returned to pre-season training at the Brache this morning, and put pen to paper on the deal offered to him by the Hatters.
LuaLua has scored six goals in 59 appearances since joining Town back in September 2018, none more important than his winner at Hull City last month, which played a huge part in Nathan Jones' side staying in the Championship.
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With the confirmation of LuaLua staying on, it means that Luton have secured the futures of all five of their free agents, with Danny Hylton, Luke Berry, Elliot Lee and Glen Rea all remaining with the club.