Luke Berry was included in the matchday squad for the first time against Blackburn Rovers and after going two-goals down, the gaffer turned to the midfielder as a trusted ‘game-changer’.
That was exactly what he did - scoring a brace including a 98th minute equaliser to rescue a point at Ewood Park.
Jones’ side were comeback kings for a second match running after Danny Hylton netted his first Championship goal in injury-time. The striker, much adored by the players, staff and fans, had undergone three knee operations in the last three seasons and suffered from a serious bout of Covid before returning to fitness and making a vital contribution in the nick of time against Bristol City!
But after going three goals up against Swansea, the Hatters suffered a taste of their own medicine after the away side completed a comeback of their own to tie the match.
Town slipped to defeat against unbeaten Championship leaders Bournemouth the game after despite a battling performance on the south coast, their first defeat in five matches.
Frustration of both matches was quickly forgotten however when Coventry came to visit Kenilworth Road under the lights.
The Hatters were simply too hot to handle as they raced into a four-nil lead at the break, before adding a fifth in the second half – with braces from Elijah Adebayo and Harry Cornick to end September in style.