Luton Town deal for Royston’s Berry

PUBLISHED: 09:11 28 August 2017

Royston's Luke Berry shows off his new Luton Town shirt

Royston's Luke Berry shows off his new Luton Town shirt

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Royston’s Luke Berry has signed a three-year deal with Luton Town.

The former Bassingbourn Village College student joined from Cambridge United for an undisclosed fee and came off the bench to help the Hatters hit back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Mansfield on Saturday.

“I feel Luton can really push on this season and get promoted, get back in League One and hopefully keep progressing from there,” Berry, 25, told the Luton club website.

“It’s a club on the up. It’s not settling on this and wants to keep improving, like myself. I want to keep improving with the club.”

Luton manager Nathan Jones said: “Luke is a player who has been prolific at this level and fits the mould of what we want here.

“He’s young, ambitious, technically good, he gets goals so we’re delighted to have him. He adds an attacking option for us from a midfield area and is someone we’ve admired a long time.”

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