Hatters boss Graeme Jones feels his side are still developing as they drew 1-1 with Millwall at Kenilworth Road this evening.
Tom Bradshaw gave the visitors the lead just after the hour mark when he converted at the back-stick, but substitute Callum McManaman fired in from close range after good work by Luke Bolton to secure the Hatters a point.
Jones said: “I think possession was 61-39, we had more shots than them first half and second half, so you can only look at the facts of the game. The style of play brought more chances for us than it did for Millwall. I think you see a team in Luton Town long term that’s developing and it’s got many different ways of playing. We won the game at Blackburn with far less possession than we had tonight. We’ve managed to take four points from two really difficult fixtures, we changed the shape a few times and managed to get a positive result.
“Kazenga, Callum and Luke Bolton were ready for their role and as a manager that’s all you ask for, to contribute to the team when needed, and that’s exactly what the boys did.
“I think our performance was good enough for six points [from the last two games]. That’s the truth, it’s the absolute truth, but in this league you get challenges like that – Blackburn were completely different to Millwall, completely different in every aspect, now we’re becoming adaptable and now we’re becoming flexible. So the positive for me is we’ve got another positive result and we move onto Derby.”