Luton Town midfielder Jake Howells signs a new deal keeping him at the newly promoted club until the summer of 2016.
Defender Steve McNulty signs a fresh two-year contract with League Two newcomers Luton Town.
Luton Town sign striker Paul Benson returns to the club on a two-year deal following his release by Swindon Town.
Luton sign teenage striker Lee Angol on a one-year contract before sending him on a season-long loan to Boreham Wood.
Luton Town sign defender Luke Wilkinson on a one-year deal from Dagenham & Redbridge for an undisclosed fee.
Luton Town sign defender Paul Connolly on an initial one-year deal following his departure from Crawley Town.
Out-of-contract midfielder Luke Rooney signs a deal to keep him at Luton Town for a further six months.
Midfielder Andy Drury returns to former club Luton Town in a £100,000 move from Crawley Town.
Stevenage sign defenders Ronnie Henry and Simon Walton and midfielder Chris Whelpdale as free agents.
Brentford sign Luton striker Andre Gray for an undisclosed fee and goalkeeper David Button agrees a new deal.
Luton Town sign last season's Conference North top scorer Ricky Miller on a one-year deal from Boston United.
Conference Premier champions Luton Town sign striker Ross Lafayette on a two-year deal from Welling United.
Luton Town captain Ronnie Henry will leave the Conference Premier champions after turning down a new deal.
Hereford United play down rumours that Luton Town assistant boss Terry Harris is to be appointed as manager.
Thousands watch Luton Town Football Club celebrate promotion back to the Football League with an open top bus tour and civic reception.
Champions Luton break the 100-point barrier as they edge past bottom club Hyde, who finish without a home win.
Luton Town Football Club will celebrate their promotion back to the Football League with an open top bus tour and civic reception in the town.
Conference Premier champions Luton remain on target to reach 100 points with a comfortable win over Forest Green.
Goals from Mark Cullen and Andre Gray give Conference Premier champions Luton Town victory over Welling United.
Luton Town managing director Gary Sweet says promotion from the Conference Premier is like the end of an unjust jail sentence.
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Director Gary Sweet says promotion from the Conference Premier could start Luton Town's resurgence to the Premier League.