Former Dagenham and Charlton wide man pens two-year deal
Winger Danny Green has become the Hatters’ ninth new signing of a busy summer.
The 26-year-old former Dagenham & Redbridge and Charlton man has put pen to paper on a two-year deal at Kenilworth Road.
Harlow-born Green came through the ranks as a youngster at Nottingham Forest but made his name at Dagenham under John Still, who plucked him from Bishop’s Stortford.
The midfielder scored 27 goals in 97 games for the Daggers, helping Still’s side to promotion via the Play-Offs in League 2 in his first season at Victoria Road, and scored their second goal in their 3-2 win over Rotherham in the Play-Off final at Wembley in 2010.
He created many more goals besides and, even though the Daggers were relegated in their first season in League 1, Green still helped himself to 11 goals in 42 matches.
That sparkling form was enough for Charlton to take him to the Valley in the summer of 2011, and in his first season in South East London he was a key figure as he helped the Addicks storm to the League 1 title to win promotion to the Championship with three goals in 32 games.
In 2013/14 Danny scored twice in 19 matches for Charlton in the Championship but he has more recently being plying his trade in League 1.
Full reaction from the player himself and from manager John Still to follow on Hatters PlayerHD and YouTube.
Welcome to Luton Town, Danny!