Luton Town have confirmed the signing of defender Rhys Norrington-Davies on a season long loan from Sheffield United.

The 21-year-old full-back is the third defensive arrival at the club this week, after the Championship side previously confirmed the arrivals of James Bree and Tom Lockyer.

Norrington-Davies signed for Sheffield United from Swansea in 2017. He spent last season on loan at League One side Rochdale, for whom he played 34 appearances in all competitions.

Nathan Jones told the official Luton Town website of his delight to get the move confirmed.

He said, “Rhys is someone with a great pedigree from Swansea and Sheffield United, and is someone I’ve watched all through last season at Rochdale. We were well aware of him and really liked him, so when he became available we wanted to get him in.

“He’s athletic, he’s committed and has a great desire to do well, which is what we want. Players who are hungry to prove themselves at the level. He’s a proper attacking full-back and who’ll supply real competition for us in those areas.”