The Hatters, who were edged out by Huddersfield Town in the play-off semi-finals, will be eager to get the season started once more and defy expectations.
Coming in at the end of February, the on-the-field quality and changing room qualities that Robert Snodgrass brought gave Jones and his squad a massive boost.
The Hatters have offered the 34-year-old a new contract, with Snodgrass now considering what the next move might be.
Assessing whether he believes that Snodgrass will remain at Kenilworth Road, Carlton Palmer told FLW: “I think he’ll re-sign, I really do.
“I think if you enjoy your football, and you’re at that stage of your career, you know, you signed a short-term contract, and Luton gave him the opportunity.
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“And, I think as long as the contract offer is right, in terms of financially, I think there’s every chance he’ll re-sign.”
Luton will be ambitious again next season and will hope to have Snodgrass in the squad for his knowledge and expertise when it comes to the changing room, whilst his wand of a left foot caused havoc in his short stint with the Hatters.
An excellent professional, who seemingly enjoyed his football under Jones, it would be no surprise if the Scotsman pens down a new deal at Luton’s Bedfordshire home.
But equally, Luton’s comparatively small budget may come as a disadvantage in this situation, with other Championship clubs likely to be sniffing around.
It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out, as another season with Snodgrass could be a massive boost for the ambitious club.