Having already reportedly caught the eye of League One Southampton, Championship side Leicester City are the latest team to be linked with a move for star Luton striker Tom Craddock.
The Hatters signed the 22-year-old from Middlesbrough for 80,000 in January and has enjoyed a fine goalscoring record for the Town.
And The Times' Gary Jacob has speculated in a live transfer talk chat held on the newspaper's website that the Foxes were also trailing the former Middlesbrough striker.
Holidays will help the Hatters
Town fans will be able to save money on their holidays as a result of an agreement between the club and independent firm TakeOff Travel.
All holidays booked through the company will be at trade price and commission free and will see a percentage contributed to the club.
Speaking about the agreement, TakeOff director and Hatters fan, Jon Exley, said: "The challenge was to develop an offer that is transparent and provides fellow Luton fans substantial cost savings, great choice and traditional service values and one which makes a significant contribution to the success of Luton Town Football Club – and I believe we've done that."
Town commercial manager David Hoskins added: "This is an exciting opportunity for our fans to travel at unique prices from a huge choice of worldwide holidays and, in turn, provide the club with a much-needed income stream."
The first 20 fans booking before August 31 (minimum deposit) will win a limited edition TakeOff Travel T-shirt complete with the new Luton club crest and signed by the entire Hatters squad.
For more information, call TakeOff Travel on 01582 740015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Luton Town Travel Club.
Ex-Hatter Worley joins the Crewe
Leicester City centre-half Harry Worley has signed a six-month loan deal at Crewe Alexandra.
The 20-year-old defender was on loan at Luton last season and played eight games.