Nathan Jones and Luton Town will be seeking to build upon some good performances this term as they head into the new year, with the Hatters currently occupying a place in mid-table at the time of writing.
Since returning to the club, Jones has led his side to seven wins in their first 21 Sky Bet Championship outings, underlining some of the great work that is being done in order to turn the Kenilworth Road outfit into second tier regulars after just staving off the threat of relegation in the last campaign.
Improvement is always on the agenda and whether that means players will be coming in or heading out of the club, changes are expected as the January window swings open next month.
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Here, we have devised a list of TWO Luton Town players who’ll surely be eyeing a Kenilworth Road exit next week…
The former Everton and MK Dons prospect has been plagued with injury setbacks since arriving at Kenilworth Road and has only made five appearances for the Hatters.
Given the strong competition for places in the current matchday squad, a loan or permanent move could well be in the offing for a player who really needs to rediscover the obvious talent that he has in his game as we head into the new year.
Capable of playing at both left back and in the heart of defence, Galloway would appear to be a viable option for many clubs in the EFL system, providing that he can prove his fitness.
With his minutes likely to be at a premium this term, a move away from Kenilworth Road will surely be getting eyed up by the 24-year-old this winter.
The veteran striker has largely struggled to make a lasting impact for the Hatters at Championship level, with the vast majority of his goals for the club having come in the lower tiers of the EFL.
With the club possessing other options in the form of Sam Nombe and Harry Cornick along with the imperious James Collins, it seems likely that Hylton’s game time may become limited as we head into the new year.
At the age of 31, Hylton will surely be eyeing one last career move before hanging up his boots, with many clubs sure to be eyeing a loan move for a player that has proven to be prolific during his time at Kenilworth Road.
Largely dependent on whether he finds the net for the Hatters or not over the next few games, we could well see Hylton depart for more of a regular role away from the club before January is out after so far failing to net his first goal at second tier level.