Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu keeps the ball moving on his 200th appearance for the Hatters at Bristol Rovers on Saturday
Check out the special picture gallery below for some of Pelly's most memorable moments during his Town career.
After signing on loan from West Ham United, Mpanzu was handed his debut in the FA Trophy at Staines on November 2013, as the Hatters were held to a goalless draw.
Mpanzu was given his first league start for the Hatters in their 5-0 thumping of Alfreton Town in the Conference. Andre Gray bagged a double, with Paul Benson, Luke Guttridge and Alex Lawless on target.
After impressing in his original loan spell, Mpanzu returned on a permanent deal to the Hatters, signing on the same day as loan addition Jernade Meade.
With Luton 3-0 up and cruising against the Bulls, Mpanzu netted the first goal of his Hatters career, slamming home after being set up by Paul Benson's clever flick.
With seven minutes to go, Luton were 1-0 behind at lowly Dartford in their race for the Conference title. However, Mpanzu then belted a 25-yard stunner into the top corner, with Andre Gray's header sealing a huge win.
Mpanzu played 21 times, scoring twice, as Town ended five seasons out of the Football League by lifting the Conference title with a 4-1 win over Forest Green Rovers.
Mpanzu made his Football League debut for the Hatters during their 1-0 home defeat to AFC Wimbledon, replacing Andy Drury after 71 minutes. Matt Tubbs scoring the winner for the Dons.
Mpanzu's 50th appearance won't be in the memory books for long, substituted after 48 minutes, with Town trailing 1-0. They levelled through Josh McQuoid, only for Ryan Hall to see red as Ryan Brunt won it.
Back in the team for the first time for almost three months under new manager Nathan Jones, Mpanzu marked his return with the second goal as Luton picked up a first-ever win at Mansfield.
Against the managed who had signed him, former Town boss John Still, Mpanzu settled this League Two contest by rifling home a thunderous strike on the stroke of half time.
Appearance number 100 for Mpanzu saw Town race into a 2-0 lead before 15 minutes thanks to Danny Hylton and Luke Gambin. Ollie Palmer added a late gloss to a comfortable evening's work.
Mpanzu had to wait almost a year to celebrate his next strike for the Hatters, netting the final goal in a 4-0 demolition of Yeovil.
Mpanzu received the first and only league red card of his Luton career so far, sent off with 13 minutes to go as the Hatters edged past Chesterfield thanks to Danny Hylton's goal.
One of the toughest nights of Mpanzu's Luton career as the Hatters missed out on the play-off final after conceding a stoppage time equaliser at home to Blackpool.
Mpanzu enjoyed a fine 150th game for the Hatters as the result was done and dusted by half time, Luton 3-0 ahead thanks to Danny Hylton (2) and Elliot Lee, with the Glovers down to nine men.
Mpanzu bagged his first strike of the 2017-18 campaign in stunning fashion, hammering into the top corner from 25 yards, with the effort in the running for the EFL Goal of the Year 2019 award
Olly Lee's goal at Carlisle ensured the Hatters won promotion to League One, sparking scenes of wild celebration at Brunton Park.
Luton could celebrate going up from League Two in front of their own fans with a 3-1 win over Forest Green Rovers, Mpanzu scoring in the 89th minute for his second in two games.
Town celebrated winning promotion to the third tier with an open top bus parade around Luton.
Mpanzu's wonder strike against Crewe saw the midfielder pick up his first EFL League Two Goal of the Month award.
Never one to shirk the camera. Mpanzu is pictured heading out on his bike during Luton's pre-season training camp.
Dan Potts' stoppage time header sealed another crucial three points for the Hatters, with Town's players celebrating accordingly.
At one of Town's bogey grounds in recent seasons, Mpanzu netted his first goal of the season to put Luton on their way to victory. Elliot Lee adding the second.
Picking up the ball in midfield, Mpanzu let fly with an effort that was too hot for Fleetwood keeper Alex Cairns to handle, as Luton set a new club record of 20 Football League games unbeaten.
Game number 199 for Mpanzu led to his third goal of the campaign against Doncaster, a cool finish from 20 yards, making it the most prolific season of his career so far.
Mpanzu gave a high class display during his 200th appearance for Luton as the club made it 27 league games unbeaten, equalling the record he helped set in the Conference.