Luton Town: Andy Drury rejoins Hatters from Crawley

Andy Drury

Midfielder Andy Drury has returned to Luton Town from Crawley Town for £100,000 on a two-year contract.

The 30-year-old left the Hatters in January 2011 after half a season, having scored eight goals in 26 games.

He went on to feature 64 times for Ipswich before joining the Reds last summer after a previous loan spell.

"We've had to be patient to sign Andy but now we have secured his signature I'm absolutely thrilled," Luton boss John Still told the club website.external-link

"He's played in the Championship and in League One in recent seasons and I know what he's capable of.

"I see Andy as a central midfield player but he is flexible enough to play in a variety of positions and that's always a big plus."

Drury, who will line-up in League Two with last season's Conference Premier winners, added: "I've come back to Luton as a better player than when I left.

"It's a great opportunity for me. This club might be back in the Football League now, but it is still not at the level it deserves to be."