Ryan Hall on joining Luton Town
New signing Ryan Hall is out to prove the doubters wrong after joining the Hatters on an 18-month deal.
The 27-year-old attacker arrives after spending two years in the Championship with spells at Leeds United and Rotherham United.
But it was at Southend United in League 2 where Hall first shot to prominence and the Town’s new arrival is looking forward to reigniting his career at Kenilworth Road.
“I moved to Leeds from Southend and I didn’t get the chance that I thought I would,” Hall told Hatters Player after putting pen to paper before Saturday’s 3-2 win over Cambridge. “I had a few loan spells but I knew I had to get myself back playing. There are some people, some fans and manager, who I want to show what I can really do.”
Hall began his career as a youngster at Crystal Palace but knows manager John Still after spending two months on loan at Dagenham & Redbridge in 2008, where he scored twice in eight games.
“Knowing John is a massive factor,” admits Hall. “I wanted to go somewhere where the people knew me as a person as well as a player.
“It was good to feel wanted and to know there was a chance of playing regular football.”
Watch the whole interview with Ryan exclusively on Hatters Player.