Luton Town have confirmed that Luke Berry and Danny Hylton have signed new contracts as part of their end of season admin.

The duo were 2 of 5 players that were offered contract extensions by manager Nathan Jones after the club narrowly secured survival in the Championship on the final day of the 2019-20 season.

Near immediately, the club have confirmed the first 2 signatures, as Luton retain the services of two of the players who had helped them secure back-to-back promotions from League 2 to the Championship.

Luton manager Jones voiced his delight at confirming the striker and midfielder for another year at Kenilworth Road. Speaking to the club’s official website, he said the 2 were recruited back in the day as players who could handle the rise through the divisions, and that they’ve proved their worth.

He said, “We are absolutely delighted to secure two big players for us in Danny and Luke.

“We recruited them both always with the Championship in mind. We knew they’d be big players at the level we signed them, but we always knew they could handle the step up. They’ve both proved that. They are big characters and they’ve earned their crack at the Championship.”

Luton have also confirmed that Glen Rea, Kazenga LuaLua and Elliot Lee have been offered deals but are yet to hear a response.

The other news is that the club have chosen to release Callum McManaman and Jacob Butterfield, who had joined the club last summer as part of their rebuild for the second tier.

As well as this, loanee trio Cameron Carter-Vickers, James Bree and Izzy Brown have returned to their parent clubs.