Stein uncertain over future
By Robin Slater
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Luton's assistant boss Brian Stein insists the futures of several key players are still uncertain.
Luton assistant manager Brian Stein has expressed concern over the future of several of the side's out-of-contract players.
The assistant boss is troubled that first-team regulars Dean Morgan, Ahmet Brkovic, Steve Robinson and Markus Heikkinen could leave for nothing in the summer and are free to talk to interested clubs from January.
Stein insists that all have futures at the club and is keen to stress that Luton will not sell their best players.
"There is still a lot of uncertainty at the club. We want to keep the players we have belief in," said Stein.
"We want new contracts sorted out for players like Dean, Ahmet, Steve and Markus.
"And (winger) Carlos Edwards and (forward) Rowan Vine are out of contract at the end of next season, so we want to sort out their futures, too," Stein said.