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Luton Town acknowledge Andy Drury interest

Andy Drury
Drury's performances have helped Luton to third in the table

Luton have received interest in winger Andy Drury, according to assistant boss Gary Brabin.

The 27-year-old is reportedly attracting admirers from the Championship and League One.

"There's bound to be interest but at the moment he's still our player," Brabin told BBC Three Counties Radio.

"At the moment Andy is still our player, obviously you're always going to get rumours when there's good players about."

Drury raised eyebrows in the summer when he turned down a new deal at Stevenage, who he had just helped win promotion to League Two, in favour of the Hatters in the Blue Square Bet Premier.

But Brabin believes the attention surrounding the midfielder, who has netted eight times in 25 games this season, has justified his move.


"We play a different brand of football here from what they play at Stevenage," said Brabin.

"He was successful at Stevenage and hopefully he's successful here as well."

Drury started out at non-league Sittingbourne before spells at Eastbourne and Lewes.

He had two years at Stevenage, scoring seven goals in 57 league appearances.

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