Trio land Luton contracts
By Simon Fudge. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Luton Town have signed three more players to professional contracts at Kenilworth Road.
Goalkeeper Robert Beckwith (pictured), defender Curtis Davies and midfielder Stephen O'Leary have all signed two-year deals with The Hatters.
They are joined by midfielder Michael Leary, who has extended his deal with the Second Division side until 2006.
Beckwith was particularly relieved to secured his future with the Bedfordshire-based outfit.
"It's just a nice feeling to be a pro, I know I've played in the first team but you don't feel like a pro until you've finally signed," Beckwith told the club's official website.
"Now I can walk in the dressing room and feel like one of the lads."
The club have been quick to sign up their squad players after a consortium led by new chairman Bill Tomlins recently took over.
Following the takeover, Tomlins stressed that the future of the club will mean a view to leaving their Kenilworth Road home for a new stadium.
"We want to run this club within it's means. It will have the ambition and drive that I was always be party to," Tomlins said.
"The future for Luton Town Football Club is relocation. It has to be in a new stadium."