Club captain Alan Sheehan says despite not playing as much as he'd have liked this season, leading the Hatters to promotion to the Championship is the finest moment of his career.
The Irishman has made 21 appearances this season, although only eight – four in the league and four in the cups – have been from the start of a match. He will miss out on the action tomorrow through the achilles injury he picked up at Accrington a fortnight ago.
Despite this, the 32-year-old has played a crucial role in keeping the squad together off the field, while helping Mick Harford and the coaching staff with his input from the bench – not to mention some match-winning and saving cameo sub appearances, with his set piece deliveries earning a win at tomorrow's opponents Oxford and a point at Walsall in the final game of 2018.
Speaking to the media at The Brache yesterday, he said: "I am captain of the club and there is a huge responsibility for me. When I was made captain I said I would do everything I could to take this club forward, and right now – I'm getting a bit emotional – right now it's the pinnacle of my career leading this unbelievable club to the Championship. It's just incredible and a very proud moment for me."
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