Luton Town have wrapped up their window by making two new signings, while allowing one loan departure and one permanent exit.

The day before transfer deadline day, the Bedfordshire club signed defender Cameron Carter-Vickers and midfielder Eunan O’Kane.

US international Carter-Vickers has signed on loan from Spurs for the rest of the season, while midfielder O’Kane joined on an 18 month loan from Leeds. This is O’Kane’s second spell at Luton, after he spent time at the club the previous season.

Both players are eligible for selection for the Hatters’ next game, which sees the Championship’s bottom side face a daunting fixture against promotion contenders West Bromwich Albion.

The duo mean Luton have made 3 January signings. They had previously signed Hartlepool defender Peter Kioso, with the right-back moving from the North East to Bedfordshire for an undisclosed fee.

On deadline day, the club confirmed the release of midfielder Alan Sheehan, with the 33-year-old leaving six months before his contract was originally due to run out.

The midfielder had been a key part of the team that won back-to-back promotions from League 2 to the Championship, but lost his place under Graeme Jones’ management.

The other deadline day move saw defender Lloyd Jones join Northampton on loan for the remainder of the season.

The centre-back makes the move to the League 2 side after struggling to get into the first team picture during the season, although he did score in a Carabao Cup tie win over Ipswich Town earlier in the season.