Swooping up a number of awards at the end of last season, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall enjoyed an excellent spell with The Hatters during the 2020/21 campaign.
The 23-year-old, who is now operating in the Premier League with Leicester City, almost instantly secured a spot in Luton’s starting XI and played an integral role in the club’s eventual top half finish.
Dewsbury-Hall returned to Bedfordshire to pick up his Player of the Season award during last week’s clash with Middlesbrough in front of a full Kneilworth Road, a sight he was unable to see last time out.
The influential midfielder chipped in with three goals and six assists for The Hatters last season, operating primarily as more of a holding midfielder.
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Speaking to Luton Town Supporters’ Trust yesterday evening, Nathan Jones addressed last season’s loanee and said: “We’ve made no secret we’d love to have him back. He’ll remember his time here.
“If there is ever a possibility of getting him back we’ll explore that straight away.”
Dewsbury-Hall proved his class in the Championship last season and was a big part as to why The Hatter managed to dominate the midfield battles in the majority of their matches last time out.
The Hatters have since gone on to recruit the likes of Henri Lansbury, Allan Campbell and Elliot Thorpe, but if the chance to sign Dewsbury-Hall arises and a deal makes sense financially, then The Hatters would seemingly jump at the chance.
The midfielder has played just 17 minutes of Premier League football this season, but he is a player who the club rate highly and could grow in influence as the season progresses.