Hatters quartet Donervon Daniels, Frankie Musonda, Corey Panter and Josh Neufville recently returned from their loans, whilst goalkeeper Harry Isted extended his time at Wealdstone last week.
Daniels made 14 appearances for Darren Moore’s side, before making his debut for the Hatters in last weekend’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie against AFC Bournemouth.
Musonda joined Vanarama National League side St Albans City in October, going onto play 13 times for Ian Allinson’s team, netting once.
Panter returns to the Hatters after completing his second loan away from the club this campaign. Having gone out to Southern League Premier Division South side Hendon earlier on this season – where he made six appearances, scoring once – the 19-year-old joined Southern League Premier Division Central outfit Biggleswade Town at the end of November, making five appearances in a one month spell.
Town forward Josh Neufville was sent out on loan to National League Solihull Moors in September, where he made 13 appearances, scoring his only goal for the club in a Birmingham Senior Cup match against Boldmere St Michaels.
Goalkeeper Harry Isted’s impressive form at National League South Wealdstone saw his loan extended for another month, having spent December at Grosvenor Vale, in which he won their Player of the Month vote.
Ahead of tomorrow’s match against Welling United, the 22-year-old has kept four clean sheets in eight outings for the Stones.
Finally, Jake Jervis reaches the halfway mark of his loan at League Two Salford City this month, having made 21 appearances for the Ammies, netting six times, including a recent brace at Oldham in a 4-1 victory.