Luton Town have signed former Bournemouth striker Josh McQuoid on a three-year deal.
The 25-year-old left the Cherries following their promotion to the Premier League.
McQuoid has five caps for Northern Ireland and becomes the Hatters' sixth signing of the summer.
“The size of the club and the support was a major factor in signing but I want to achieve something here.
I could tell from the first meeting with the manager that this was a club that wanted to go places and I didn’t want to sign for a mediocre club happy just to sit in the middle of the league.
I’ve come here to do well and help this club win promotion.”
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Luton Town have agreed to permanently sign Norwich City midfielder Cameron McGeehan on a two-year contract for an undisclosed six-figure fee.
The 20-year-old is no stranger to Kenilworth Road, making 33 appearances for Luton across two loan spells - the most recent last season when he scored three goals in 15 league games.
McGeehan was also part of the Cambridge United team that drew with Manchester United in the FA Cup in January.
Luton Town have signed Scottish defender Scott Cuthbert on a two-year deal.
The centre-half recently left Leyton Orient, who he helped reach the League One play-off final a year ago.
27-year-old Cuthbert started his career at Celtic, before joining Swindon Town.
“When you set your targets you don’t always get them but Scott was the one we wanted. We stuck at it and we’ve got him.
He’s impressed us as we didn’t have to push him towards us, he wanted to come here. Scott’s dropped a level but he thinks he can get back up to League 1 and beyond in his time with us.
He’s a warrior, he’s got leadership qualities; he’s a good talker and a good organiser. When you sign an experienced player like this you want them to put it to good use and I think Scott will.
He was the top man at Orient and I’m delighted with this capture. We felt it was important to bring in a player that will come in and make all our centre-backs look at each other and ask ‘who is going to play?’ And that’s what we want.”
The 20-year-old enjoyed loan spells at Woking and Colchester United last season, but wasn't offered a new deal at Portman Road.
“Jack’s quick, he’s aggressive, he’s had a bit of Football League experience and he’s scored goals in the Conference.
He’s somebody we actually looked at bringing in on loan during the Conference title season but we decided against it as we had the firepower at the time.
So naturally he’s a player we’ve been looking at for a while – I actually first saw him playing for Ipswich reserves.
And what I liked about him – putting goals to one side – was his attitude on the pitch. So we kept a close eye on him and when we knew something could be possible we’ve moved quickly.”
Luton Town striker Ricky Miller has been arrested on suspicion of assault.
The 26-year-old was arrested following an alleged incident in Hockliffe in Bedfordshire in the early hours of this morning.
Luton Town say that they have suspended the forward pending a police enquiry.
They also say that an internal investigation is underway.
Luton Town have signed Aston Villa defender Lewis Kinsella on loan for the rest of the season.
The 20-year-old left-back has featured in recent Villa squads, and played a part in the FA Cup win over West Brom.
“We are very lucky to have a player of Lewis’ calibre – it speaks volumes that he has been on Villa’s bench for their last two Premier League games.
With Scott unavailable and needing an operation we are light of players in that area, and with that in mind, we’re delighted to be able to do a deal to bring Lewis to Luton Town."
Meanwhile, Luton duo Ross Lafayette and Ian Rees have joined Welling United and Hitchin Town respectively on loan.
Luton Town midfielder Luke Rooney has left the club, after both parties agreed to cancel his contract.
The 24-year-old featured prominently at the start of this season, but has seen his chances limited recently after struggling to recover from a hernia operation.
"Luke hasn’t featured so much recently after coming back to fitness following a hernia operation, so with that in mind we came to a decision to allow him to pursue a club elsewhere.
Luke did a good job for us, especially early in the season, which helped us pick up form on our return to the Football League – and for that we are grateful. I wish him all the best of luck.”
Luton Town have extended the loan of West Ham striker Elliot Lee until the end of the season.
Lee scored both goals in last night's 3-2 defeat to Wycombe, meaning he's now scored three times in total for the Hatters.
West Ham will be able to recall the 20-year-old at any stage, as long as they give 24 hours notice.
“Elliot’s been fantastic for us since joining and we’re thrilled we’ll have him for the rest of this season. He was superb against Wycombe and was dreadfully unlucky against Newport. He’s getting fitter all the time and I think that sharpness has been there for all to see in our past two matches.”
Luton Town have announced that they will change the name of their stadium for one match - to raise awareness for a cancer charity.
Kenilworth Road will be called the Prostate Cancer UK Stadium for the League Two clash with Wycombe Wanderers next Tuesday (24 March).
The Hatters are the first Football League club to ever take the step.
“We are extremely proud to be the first club to partner with a charity such as Prostate Cancer UK by renaming our stadium, albeit temporarily.
When we first hinted at the idea we were met with a mixed reaction – which is understandable given the history of the ground, and the amount of affection our supporters hold for Kenilworth Road.
We felt sure that once the full story emerged about our supporting Prostate Cancer UK, our supporters would understand and fully support the move.
This is a first for Luton Town and a first in football and we are delighted to be teaming up with a charity which has supported the game, in particular supporters and players past and present, so well."