Ronnie Henry, who left newly-promoted Luton Town last week after rejecting a new contract, reveals he wanted to stay with the Hatters, reports the Leighton Buzzard Observer.
The 30 year old has said he wanted to stay with Luton Town but the club captain couldn’t accept an offer that would have seen him on less money than what he was on.
Henry told the Dunstable Gazette “We couldn’t agree on a new deal which is a shame because I’d have loved to stay at Luton. But the manager works on budgets, quite low budgets to be honest with you and quite rightly so.
“It wasn’t over loads of money which probably people think it was because I wanted to stay at the football club, it was over minimal really. I was just asking for the same contract as I was on, and they couldn’t agree on that.” added Henry.
The full-back is now a free agent. He played over 300 times for Stevenage until his move to Skrill Premier side Luton Town in 2012. He made over 80 appearances for the Hatters, he captained the side back to the Football League last month but has failed to extend his stay.