Luton Town currently boast the unenviable record of having the worst defensive record in the Championship at the time of writing, with the Hatters having now shipped 40 goals this term.
Hatters boss Graeme Jones will surely be keen to rectify his side’s leaky backline as the Bedfordshire based outfit seek to stave off the threat of relegation and subsequently secure their Championship status for another season.
The Town manager has largely experimented with various defensive formations, but has yet to find one that has tightened things up at the back, much to the frustration of the Kenilworth Road faithful.
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Despite seemingly being an almost impossible reality, Luton fans will have surely been happy to hear the comments of their former defender Curtis Davies in recent days, with the Derby County centre back telling Dunstable Today that he would one day be open to making a return to his former club.
The experienced defender would, in theory, provide some much-needed Championship experience and defensive nous to the Luton backline, with the 34-year-old having made over 230 appearances in the second division, whilst also plying his trade in the Premier League for a number of years.
Supporters would definitely be keen for the defender to make a return to Kenilworth Road in the future, as Davies previously formed a vital part of the club’s 2004/2005 League One title win before being sold to the then Premier League outfit West Brom.
With the defender now well into the twilight years of his career, this is a certainly a move that he could be open too in the not too distant future, particularly as his current contract at Pride Park expires at the end of the current campaign.
Meanwhile, the Luton fans will no doubt be keen for their side to get back to winning ways this weekend as they play host to fellow strugglers Wigan Athletic.