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15 January 2016

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Supporters can help lift the players says Nathan Jones

New boss Nathan Jones says the Kenilworth Road faithful have a huge part to play in helping improve the Town’s fortunes.

The Hatters go into Jones’s first game in charge against Cambridge on Saturday in 17th place in the League 2 table – nine points off the Play-Off places.

And while Jones is hoping his team can hit the ground running against the U’s, it’s the support from the terraces that the new manager believes can be of importance to the Town. 

“The fans can lift this team and play their part in taking us forward,” said Jones. “Getting behind the team and driving the players forward. 

“We want Kenilworth Road to be a tough place for people to come but a place where our players enjoy playing. That will help us win football matches, it really, really will. 

“I know we’re not in a good position at the moment but as a collective – as a town, club and a community – we can move forward together. 

“The fans are going to be a vital part. It’s excellent to see this club averaging 8-9,000 every week and I want to put a team out on the pitch which will make the fans go home happy with.”

Watch all the interviews with Nathan Jones on Hatters Player with over one hour of talk from the new boss.

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