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GRAY SIGNS CONTRACT EXTENSION

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17:26 14th January 2013

Striker pens deal to 2015


The Club are delighted to announce that Andre Gray has committed his future to Luton Town by a signing contract extension until the summer of 2015.

Striker Gray, 21, has been in exceptional form this season which has seen him net 11 goals for the Hatters.

Since signing from Hinckley in March last season the Wolverhampton-born front-man has hit 18 goals in 44 games.

Hatters manager Paul Buckle was delighted to be able to tie down the forward's future.

He told lutontown.co.uk: “Andre been tremendous for us this season and has played a major part in our successes so far.

“He is an integral part of what we're striving to achieve here, as he has shown already this season in their performances.”

The Club have also made changes to the back-room staff at Kenilworth Road.

The Hatters have mutually parted company with Paul Carden. 33-year-old Carden's contract was due to expire at the end of the campaign, but the early release of his contract enables the former Cambridge and Chester man the opportunity to find new employment.

As a result of this change, the Club would like to welcome Stuart Cash to Kenilworth Road as first team coach.

The former Wycombe and Aldershot defender cut his teeth in coaching as assistant manager to Terry Brown at both Aldershot and AFC Wimbledon, and was part of the staff that helped the Wombles win promotion to the Football League.

Stuart will join assistant manager Alan Neilson on the coaching staff whilst Carl Emberson remains as first team development coach.

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