Luton boss doesn't rule out a move for Spurs defender Carter-Vickers

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Defender Cameron Carter-Vickers celebrates a goal for Luton last termDefender Cameron Carter-Vickers celebrates a goal for Luton last term
Defender Cameron Carter-Vickers celebrates a goal for Luton last term

Luton chief Nathan Jones hasn’t ruled out going trying to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on a permanent basis.

The USA international made 16 appearances for the Hatters last term in a hugely successful loan spell, starring at the back as Town achieved Championship survival on the final day.

Jones has stated his reluctance to enter the loan market again this season, but when asked if that meant Carter-Vickers, who has a year left on his deal at Spurs and already featured for Jose Mourinho's side twice in pre-season, wouldn't be back, he said: "It might not rule out going back in for Cameron, but what we don't like doing is loans, so you can work your own way out from that.

"We prefer our own players as when we add value to players which we believe we do add value, we would like that value to be ours, that’s what we do."