Hatters duo agree new deals
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Midfielder Aaron Lescott has agreed a deal that will keep him with the Second Division club until 2005 while striker Aaron Wilbraham (pictured) will pen a new contract that will run until 2006.
Hatters chief operating officer Gary Glendenning was pleased the pair have agreed to stay with player-manager Carlton Palmer's squad.
"We are delighted to get these two players as Carlton Palmer sees them as integral to his first team," said Glendenning.
"Their contracts expired at the end of last season, and it's great that they want to stay at the club because other clubs would definitely have been interested - especially in Aaron Wilbraham, as he is still only 23 and has great potential."
Meanwhile, Palmer has been in talks with two unnamed First Division goalkeepers to come in as cover for number one Lee Jones, who is still struggling to be fit for the August 9 season-opener at Wycombe Wanderers.