Manager Nathan Jones was full of praise for his ‘magnificent’ players after a superb 5-0 victory against Coventry City, a performance he credits as one of the best he has had as a manager.
The rampant Hatters were four goals in-front at half-time thanks to goals from Elijah Adebayo, Luke Berry and Harry Cornick, before the latter added to his tally in the second period.
After a run of matches without a win, the gaffer said: “Let’s be honest, the performance levels have been there. Birmingham we were flat after coming off the back two away journeys but Swansea we should have been five up against them comfortably, they got away with one. Bristol City should have been three up at half-time comfortably but tonight I thought we were magnificent.
"I think it is as good a performance I have ever had as a manager, bearing in mind we’ve won by seven and eight before, but this is the Championship and against a side that could have gone top. They are a good side, energic side but tonight pretty much showed everything that we are about."
With the memories of Swansea’s comeback undoubtedly crossing supporters’ minds at the interval, Jones was glad to see the momentum continue for the entirety of the match.
“We finished strong and it doesn’t flatter us in any way shape or form. It could have been more and that is the level we showed tonight, we are a good side here, the crowd were brilliant tonight and praise the lord, the fan who was ill in the away end is good so best wishes to him.”