Manager Nathan Jones was disappointed with this afternoon’s defeat against Norwich City but felt the Hatters have been good on the whole this week.
The Hatters fell to a 3-0 loss against the league leaders courtesy of a double from Teemu Pukki and Todd Cantwell but had their chances against the Canaries.
Despite defeat on the road, his side have claimed six points from a possible nine in the last week, something the gaffer was keen to reflect on.
“I’m a little bit disappointed but we have to take it in to context," Jones said. "We have come here, done all our prep work with Tuesday in mind. We wanted to freshen up today so that we weren’t just flogging the same group of players, who have done so well for us in the last games.
“Then that got called off, we didn’t reverse back, maybe we should have but we want to keep it fresh because we haven’t got three wins on the spin for a while so we wanted big energy today.
“They are a very good side, the best side of the league. I felt we had the best chance of the game in the first half, should have scored, should have been ahead. When you don’t do that, they can hurt you but we’re disappointed.
“Overall, two of the goals were deflected goals, it makes no difference to the result but I’m proud of how we kept going because it has been a good week. Six points this week out of nine, we would have taken that all day long so let’s not forget that.”