Bristol Rovers hopeful of Langley deal
Luton manager Mick Harford will make a decision over the future of on-loan defender Harry Worley in the next few days.
The Leicester City centre-half's loan deal comes to an end after this weekend's League Two game at Rochdale and Harford said that he will be talking to the club's hierarchy.
He said: "Myself, Gary Sweet and Antony Brown will have to have a look at the club's finances but we haven't decided what to do yet."
Harford will be faced with a tricky decision with George Pilkington expected to return to training next week after recovering from a broken bone in his foot.
Another player who is nearing a return is Lewis Emanuel who could also be back on the training field in the next few days.
Meanwhile, Bristol Rovers say they are hoping to be able to offer ex-Luton Town midfielder Richard Langley a deal in the near future.
The Jamaican international, 28, who left Kenilworth Road in the summer, has been training with the League One club and impressed during a recent reserve team victory over Cheltenham Town.
Pirates boss Paul Trollope said: "Richard has integrated well with the group of players here and he has got quality. We are hoping that somewhere down the line, we may be able to do something with him."