Date of birth
The midfielder joined the Town on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee from Sky Bet League Two rivals Cambridge United in August 2017.
The 29-year-old netted 22 times in 2016-17 for the club with whom he started his career.
A regular opponent against the Town in the Conference years, Berry made his professional debut in 2010 and went on to play 135 times for the Abbey Stadium outfit before departing for then-League One side Barnsley in 2014.
After one season with the Tykes, he returned to Cambridge, where he played a further 105 times – scoring 35 goals – before becoming Nathan Jones' tenth signing of the summer transfer window.
A major player in the heart of the Town midfield, he made 39 appearances, scoring eight times, before a serious ankle injury at Colchester United in late March curtailed what had been an outstanding campaign.
Another to be selected in both EFL and PFA League Two teams of the season.
A remarkably quick recovery from the injury saw him make a substitute appearance against West Brom in the Carabao Cup in August, before breaking back into the team in December.
Made his Championship debut for the Hatters against Cardiff City in August 2019 and tallied 21 appearances in his maiden season in the second division, scoring his first goal at the level in a 1-1 draw with former club Barnsley as football returned behind closed doors following the coronavirus outbreak.
Having helped the Hatters pull off the Great Escape, Berry appeared 31 times in the league the following season, chipping in with two goals and an assist, as Nathan Jones' side finished 12th in the second tier.
He recorded a mightily impressive 10 goal contributions in 15 matches during the 2021/22 campaign before injury scuppered his season once again as the Hatters reached the play-offs, finishing sixth.
A third promotion with the club would follow in 2022-23 and after netting three times in 27 appearances, plus a vital penalty in the victorious shoot-out as the Town won promotion to the Premier League in the play-off final at Wembley, the 30-year-old signed a new contract in June 2023 to extend his Kenilworth Road career to a seventh season and fourth different division.
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