Town secure QPR man for another month
The Hatters have extended the loan of defender Michael Harriman from Premier League side Queens Park Rangers for a further month – subject to confirmation from the football authorities.
The 22-year-old right-back has impressed manager John Still in the five games during his first month’s loan from the West London club.
Harriman has been given permission to feature in the FA Cup by Rangers, and will be able to play in the Town’s first round tie against Newport County on Saturday. His loan expires on Saturday 6th December.
Town boss John Still told lutontown.co.uk: “Michael is happy to be here, we’re happy he’s here, QPR are more than happy he’s here, so everyone’s a winner.
“With Michael staying I hope it will see us continue the good run of form we’re on.
“I think when he first came and we talked about if we needed to extend the loan that it wouldn’t be a problem.
“Curtley Williams isn’t too far away and Paul Connolly has been at St George’s Park working on his fitness, but we’ll worry about what we do next with Michael when those two come back. We’ll wait and see.”
Below: Michael plays the killer passer that led to Luke Guttridge's winning goal against Northampton last month.