League One title hopefuls Luton Town are looking into the possibility of making a third move for West Brom coach Graeme Jones.
The Hatters, flying high at the top of the third tier this term, have already seen two attempts to make Jones their manager rebuffed, but according to Alan Nixon, they could well make another move for the Baggies man.
Luton have been in the hunt for a new manager ever since Nathan Jones left the club to take over Stoke City earlier in the year, but so far they have seen their attempts to land Jones come to nothing.
However, with it looking increasingly more likely that the Hatters will be a Championship club next term, the job just might appeal that little bit more to Jones, who could be keen to take his first step into full time management.
Jones is well respected in the game following spells as assistant manager with the likes of Everton and Belgium in recent years, and his work at Albion has not gone unnoticed either.
A former player who played his football at Bury and Doncaster Rovers amongst others, Jones would no doubt relish the chance of taking on a team full-time, given he is now 48 and may well feel he has enough experience to warrant being given a job.
It’s obvious isn’t it that Luton want to make Jones their new manager, but it doesn’t seem to be bothering them on the field.
Over 20 games unbeaten is quite superb form, and Jones might be hard pressed to turn down a club with so much momentum going for them.
It’s certainly one which will be interesting to see play out over the summer.