Edwards happy with Luton squad: We won’t tinker in January

Luton boss Rob Edwards doesn’t expect a busy January market.

Edwards insists he’s happy with the state of his squad.

He said: “You’re always looking to try and improve in any window, any manager will try to improve the squad, but we’re really happy with the work that we did in the summer, and with Andros (Townsend), which was outside the window a little bit.

“We brought in 13 players, we’ve done a lot of work, we’re in the battle we knew we were going to be in and we’re comfortable with that.

“It doesn’t mean we want to be there, we want to fight, we want to get ourselves as high as possible and we believe that we can do that.

“At the same time I don’t want to rip it up and start again either, so it’s not going to be big, big changes in January.

“We want to continue to work and build the group we’ve got as we’ve got an unbelievable spirit and togetherness in the group at the training ground on a daily basis.

“We don’t want to tinker with that too much and just as we’re starting to see the group grow and improve and get better, you don’t want to change it too much.

“I was part of a Premier League team with Blackpool years ago and we had a really good beginning, an unbelievable first half of the season. Then there was probably a little bit more change in January than, on reflection, I wouldn’t want to have changed as much, as the second half of the season was quite difficult for us.

“So my limited experience so far in doing this job over the last few years, I don’t like the January window to bring too much upheaval and too much change. I think it’s work a lot with the group that we’ve got, that being said if we can improve then we’ll look to do so.”

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