Luton Town could look to move for former manager Gary Brabin this summer if they can convince Graeme Jones to become their new boss.
The Hatters are looking set to win promotion to the Championship following an astonishing run of form in League One this term has seen them pull clear of the pack, although they are still searching for a permanent manager after losing Nathan Jones to Stoke.
However, according to Alan Nixon, Luton could look to move for former manager Brabin to join Jones at the club if they can convince the West Brom coach to take the reins at Kenilworth Road.
Brabin was previously manager at Luton back in 2012 and was last seen in the managerial hotseat at Tranmere Rovers.
The 48-year-old is well liked at Luton, and the club are no doubt looking at bringing in the best possible scenario for the club to replace the aforementioned Nathan Jones, who has yet to find his groove for new club Stoke as yet.
Luton won again yesterday to further extend their lead over second placed Barnsley in the League One table and can secure promotion in the next five games if they can keep putting three points on the board.