Luton Town fans are quite optimistic this season
Believe Luton Town have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Luton Town fans are presently mostly feeling Excitement
Luton Town's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 6.3
90% of Luton Town fans are happy with the team's current management
Luton Town fans want to see a Goalkeeper transfer
Are satisfied with Luton Town's recruitment so far this summer
Alfie Doughty / Undisclosed / Stoke
A long-term target for Nathan Jones, Stoke struggled to get the best out of the promising winger, who ended last season on loan at Cardiff. 2/5
Cauley Woodrow / Undisclosed / Barnsley
A knee injury derailed last season but he was an influential figure as Barnsley made the Championship playoffs two seasons ago, netting 13 league goals. Adds much-needed depth to Luton's forwardline. 3/5
Matt Macey / Undisclosed / Hibernian
The 6ft 7in goalkeeper had a brief loan spell at Luton during his time as an Arsenal player and returns after gaining excellent first-team experience at Hibs. A potential improver. 4/5
Louie Watson / Undisclosed / Derby
The young central midfield is technically excellent has a lot to learn at this level and will need to bulk up if he's to mix it with more senior players. 2/5
Ethan Horvath / Loan / Nottingham Forest
The USA international has joined to play regularly first-team football ahead of the World Cup but could find himself as an understudy with Luton having plenty of goalkeeping options. 2/5
Luke Freeman / Free / Luton
An interesting signing given the creative player was Sheffield United's record signing in 2019. Things have not worked out since, but this could be a clever pick up. 3/5
Carlton Morris / Undisclosed / Barnsley
A physical presence up front for Barnsley last season who will reunite with Cauley Woodrow, Morris is likely to suit Luton's style of play and should at least match the seven goals he netted last season. 3/5
John McAtee / Undisclosed / Grimsby
Luton are looking to the future with the signing of 23-year-old striker John McAtee, who scored 16 goals in 39 games as Grimsby won the National League last season. Has been loaned straight back to the Mariners to gain some much-needed EFL experience. 2/5
Aribim Pepple / Undisclosed / Cavalry FC
Nathan Jones says he's hoping to develop 19-year-old Canadian forward Pepple, who is unlikely to see much first-team action this season. The Kettering-born frontman has been on their radar for a while and they snapped him up after he netted in five consecutive games in the Canadian Premier League. 3/5
Free / Bristol City
Free / Northampton
Free / Rotherham
Loan / Grimsby
Luton's 43.9 per cent possession was the lowest total in the Championship last season.
Luton averaged 10.4 shots per game last season, the lowest among teams who finished in the top 16 positions, but that average should improve with Cauley Woodrow having averaged 2.6 shots per game for Barnsley.
Luton conceded an average of 12.2 fouls per game which was the joint-highest alongside Birmingham.
Luton had the worst defensive record among the top ten teams last season.
Luton have risen from the fifth tier to the second since the 2013-14 campaign and were involved in another promotion hunt last term until bowing out of the Championship playoffs. Finishing sixth was a fantastic achievement and it will be very tough to match. Key defender Kal Naismith has departed and a weaker Hatters' rearguard could contribute to a much less successful campaign.
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